Active conservation projects in Pakistan
New or updated projects
Conservation of the Indus River Dolphin
This project aims to conserve Pakistan's wetlands, many of which have already been lost due to increasing human pressure, irrigation, and drainage pro...
The geographic information system (GIS) laboratory’s primary mandate is the systematic collection and storage of data on habitats and species in Pakis...
Improving Sub-Watershed Management and Environmental Awareness in the Ayubia National Park
This project aims to contribute to sustainable water flows in Ayubia National Park in the Western Himalayas. At the same time it will attempt to raise...
Protecting Pakistan’s endangered Indus River
The Indus River dolphin is one of the world’s most endangered freshwater river dolphin. Only about 1,100 of this unique species exist today in the low...
Pakistan Sustainable Cotton Initiative (PSCI)
The Pakistan Sustainable Cotton Initiative (PSCI) aims at developing and promoting best management practices for sustainable cotton production. This w...
Preserving Pakistan’s national parks
To conserve Pakistan’s unique habitats and wildlife, WWF and its partners are working with local authorities in a number of protected areas throughout...
Better Management Practices for Thirsty Crops Ensuring Sustainable Sources of Freshwater
Conservation of Alpine Wetlands in Northern Pakistan
The project aims to identify potential alpine wetlands of high ecological significance for designation as Ramsar and Madrid Action Plan (MAP) sites. ...
Joint Implementation of the Karakuram Trust Activities in the Central Karakuram National Park
The Central Karakuram National Park (CKNP) is the largest national park in Pakistan, covering an an area of 10,000km2. The park was established to ...
Sustainable Cotton Initiative
The global freshwater crisis has been contributed by many factors. Water for irrigation, particularly for commercial crops is rapidly growing in many ...