WWF


Mandate / Aims for Climate Change and Disaster Resilience

  1. Water Management
  2. Climate Change and Energy
  3. Environment
  4. Small Grants Programme
  5. Youth Development
  6. Green School Programme
  7. Wildlife

Location of activity at Provincial Level

National

Location of activity at District Level

Chitral, Murree, Thatta, Sangarh, Sukkur, Bahawalpur, Jhang, Toba Tek Singh, Rahim  Yar  Khan, Khanewal

Current Projects contributing to Climate Change

1. Empowering the Vulnerable Communities of District Musakhel

Empowering the Vulnerable Communities of District Musakhel through Provision of Small Scale Renewable Energy Solutions

2. Enhancing the Value of Hydrological Resources for Livelihoods

Enhancing the Value of Hydrological Resources for Livelihoods Youth Employability and Resilience, an R&D Pilot in Giligt-Baltistan, Pakistan (March 2015 to 31 May 2016)

3. Preparation of Action Plan and Capacity Building

Preparation of Action Plan and Capacity Building for the National Forest Monitoring System (NFMS) for REDD+ in Pakistan (The main objective of the project is preparation of a National Forest Monitoring System Action Plan (NFMS AP) that addresses the country’s needs for forest resources monitoring, including the monitoring of REDD+ policies and measures and the reporting commitments at national and international level (such as the Biennial Update Reports (BURs) and National Communications for the UNFCCC).

4. Improving Sub-watershed Management and Environmental Awareness

Improving Sub-watershed Management and Environmental Awareness around Ayubia National Park (G200 – Western Himalayas) – Phase VIII

5. Forest Fire Control

6. Billion Tree Tsunami Afforestation-
Phase II

7. Preparation of Action Plan and Capacity Building

Preparation of Action Plan and Capacity Building for National Forest Monitoring System (NFMS) for REDD+

8. Alliance of Water Stewardship Standards

9. Agricultural Water, Energy and Hazard Management

Agricultural Water, Energy and Hazard Management in the Upper Indus Basin for Improved Livelihood

10. Building Adaptive Capacity Migrant Sending Households

Building Adaptive Capacity Migrant Sending Households and Local Stakeholders for enhanced Climate Resilience through Action Research, Awareness Raising and Enabling Policy in Gilgit Baltistan

11. Indus Eco Region Community Livelihood


12. Introducing renewable energy solutions

Introducing renewable energy solutions to enhance energy security and build climate in Karachi, Sindh Pakistan

Contact Person

Tel: 051 227 0020-3
http://islamabad@wwf.org.pk