I am a researcher activist working for the rights of local communities and indigenous people in and around protected areas of Nepal and advocating just conservation and democratic governance of protected areas.
My Organisation / Group
I am affiliated to Community Development Organization (CDO), a rights based NGO engaged in social/environmental justice and ecological democracy in Nepal. Also affiliated with Strategic Direction on Governance, Equity and Livelihood Rights (TILCEPA)under CEESP/WCPA in IUCN.
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Hi Sudeep, oh sorry for the lost bet. What did you need to do then? :)
It's going on well. Nest Tuersday I've my second exam.
And..."everything comes to its right time". Isn't it a tibetan wisdom? so i'm paciently studying and studying..
big hug Alex
Well, so far we still preparing on "my engagement" application too here ;-D Next 2009 if possible, we'll gonna make the 6th International Youth Conference in Yogyakarta, which is some of the materials came from our biodiversity conference. Sounds interesting but pretty hard for me to help my studies centre directly cz now I live in Jakarta for work and they're still in Jogjakarta (1 hr by plane, 12 hr by train, fiuu...) So we keep in touch by phone and mail only. But anyway all show must go on ;-P
i'm quite good. today i fell during riding on the horse so i'm a little bit hurt and i can't walk normaly ;) but it's ok. and i'm studing a lot now. i'm very very sorry that i haven't say goodbye to you but i left hause during discussion and i didn't want to disturb. now i can say: see you soon in nepal :) i have to go there, i'm dreaming about it, about mountains.. and i miss you veeeery much! we'll be in touch!
I work for the NAJU in Berlin and are responsible for the kids section. Right now I am working on an article about water for the NABU magazin. For that I want to ask kids all over the world what water means for them. I am missing an interview with a kid, which lives in the asia-pacific area . Could you help me? I have prepared six questions for the kids and I also need a picture.
Would be great! Regards, Meike