How WWF Works
Around the world, WWF supports community management of natural resources and helps them to protect those resources against outside threats. This collaborative conservation is grounded in the benefits nature provides to people and the role of Indigenous people and local communities as stewards of their own lands.
One of a handful of citizen scientists working with WWF-Nepal, Chain Kumar Chaudhary works around Bardia National Park to help protect the tigers, rhinos, elephants, and other wildlife that are commonly found in the region.
A social system in savings and credits can economically liberate the poorest people and empower women
WWF's Althea Skinner on the intersection between conservation and human rights
A community rainwater project is part of an effort to boost water supply for the Pantanal
How WWF and ranchers collaborate to protect the Northern Great Plains