The BirdLife Asia Partnership currently consists of 13 national grassroots conservation NGOs, plus BirdLife in Indochina, which is active in a further three countries.
Latest news from Asia
On the 31st of July, Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), BirdLife in India, received the good news that two more veterinary drugs- Ketoprofen and Aceclofenac, could no longer be manufactured, sold and distributed throughout India. After 10 years of working with government agencies and other NGO’s, this official gazette issued by the Delhi High Court was a welcome step forward for the protection of vultures in India.
Our work in Asia
Hope you joined the flock at the 2023 Global Birdfair! Hosted at the Rutland Showground, UK, from the 14-16 July, this years event brought together an array of people from the wildlife conservation community. From world-leading conservationists and adventurers to ground-breaking wildlife filmmakers and authors, the event is not to be missed for anyone with a love of the natural world! So if you missed it, plan on next year!
Considered the most biodiverse region in the world, the Tropical Andes covers less than 1% of the world’s land surface, yet it is home to nearly one-sixth of all plant species on the planet, and more amphibian, bird, and mammal species than any other equivalent area.
BirdLife Partners in Asia
The BirdLife Asia Team
The Board of BirdLife International (Asia) Ltd
Dr. Geh Min
The Asia Regional Committee
Dian Agista (Chair) – Burung Indonesia
Ishana Thapa – Bird Conservation Nepal
Apache Lau – Hong Kong Birdwatching Society
Vorsak Bou – NatureLife Cambodia
Dr Kinley Tenzin – Royal Society for the Protection of Nature Bhutan
The BirdLife International Secretariat in Asia
Vinayagan Dharmarajah – Regional Director (Asia)
Hum Gurung – Asia Partnership Manager
Ding Li Yong – Asia Flyways Coordinator
Anuj Jain – Asia Preventing Extinctions and Bird Trade Coordinator
Mike Crosby – Asia IBA Coordinator
Lahiru Wijedasa – Asia Forest Coordinator
Scarlett Chan – Head of Asia Philanthropy and Partnerships
Hui Koon Lim – Finance Business Partner
Sue Mulhall – Business and Biodiversity Partnerships Manager
Ariana Loehr Ong – Asia Communications Officer
Shelby Wee – Asia Conservation Officer
Careers is Asia
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