Exhibitor Information

NAGAO NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT FOUNDATION

NEF introduces people's traditional livelihood in the Mekong – Chao Phraya region which has relied on natural resources and wildlife which has developed a lifecycle in close relationships with humans.

Exhibition Category

  • Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
  • Bio-diversity
  • Research and academic achievements announced
  • International Cooperation

Corporate Information

Section
Address 3-3-7 Koutobashi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0022 JAPAN
Phone 03-6659-2070
e-mail secretariat@nagaofoundation.or.jp
URL http://www.nagaofoundation.or.jp/index_e.php
Introduction of the relationships between people and wildlife in Southeast Asia

Summary of Business

The NEF is dedicated to promoting nature conservation in developing countries, mainly in the Asia-Pacific region, through the following three activities:

COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMME FOR CONSERVATION RESEARCH AND ACTIVITIES
This programme currently comprises scientific research on fish diversity and activities for the conservation of the biodiversity in the basins of the Mekong and Chao Phraya Rivers of the Indochinese Peninsula, in cooperation with scientists, central/local government, and communities in Thailand, Lao PDR, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

RESEARCH GRANT SCHEME
The NEF Research Grant Scheme provides grants for local scientists and researchers to conduct field surveys and other relevant works with the scope of contributing to nature conservation in developing countries, mainly in the Asia-Pacific region. This scheme includes financial support for publication of scientific books and readings, which are based on the applicant’s own work, for expanding knowledge of nature conservation.

SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
The NEF Scholarship Scheme supports undergraduate and postgraduate students who major in fields of nature conservation in developing countries in Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, the Philippines, and Vietnam); the selection of scholarship recipients is made by a committee in each target country.

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