i) The current conservation status of all targeted species of seven selected animal groups has been assessed and published in Red List Books
ii) Species Red Lists for Butterflies and Crustaceans have been developed as a baseline
iii) Particularly wildlife species at the risk of extinction have been identified and that information has been communicated and published
iv) Knowledge gaps are identified and communicated
v) Capacities of in-country professionals on assessing and updating species statuses have been built up and a network of national and international experts established
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.