OBJECTIVE

To reduce the knowledge gap of species status by revising the previous Red List of Bangladesh using recent Red List assessment criteria version. The specific objectives of the project are to:

   i) Establish a baseline from which to monitor the change in status of species

   ii) Provide a global context for the establishment of conservation priorities at the local level

   iii) Capacity building of the country professionals in assessing the species status following global standard assessment criteria

   iv) Monitor, on a continuing basis, the status of a representative selection of species (as biodiversity indicators) that cover all the major ecosystems of the country

LATEST EVENTS

22 Jun

Final Dissemination of the National Red List Assessment for Bangladesh and Book Unveiling Ceremony
Carnival, Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC), Dhaka, Bangladesh
From: 22 Jun 2016 To: 22 Jun 2016

28 Jun

Fifth training workshop on Red List Assessment Process.
Emmanuelle’s Inn, Gulshan-2, Dhaka
From: 28 Jun 2015 To: 28 Jun 2015

26 May

Red List project is organizing a Regional Dissemination Workshop and Science Conference in Chittagong University
Business Faculty Auditorium of the University of Chittagong
From: 26 May 2015 To: 26 May 2015

ABOUT US

IUCN is implementing its flagship project titled “Updating Species Red List of Bangladesh” as a sub-project component of the “Strengthening Regional Cooperation for Wildlife Protection Project” of the Bangladesh Forest Department funded by The World Bank since December 2013. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ is widely recognized.

ADDRESS
House: B-138, Level : 5 & 6, Lane: 22, Mohakhali DOHS
Dhaka - 1206 Bangladesh
Phone : +880-2-48810194, Fax : +880-2-48810197
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