The convention on biological diversity (CBD) defined “Biodiversity - the diversity of life on Earth - as the variability among living organisms from all sources, including diversity within species, between species, and of ecosystems”. Biodiversity provides many essential ecosystem services for proper functioning of the earth as a whole. Much of the Earth’s biodiversity, however, is in jeopardy and facing different level of extinction crisis due to anthropogenic activities. Conservation efforts are needed to preserve biodiversity and protect endangered species and their habitats. 


To achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, it is not surprising that most of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) include targets that directly reflect the important role of biodiversity. Arannayk Foundation is working with the government, development partners and forest-dependent people to safeguard our last remaining biodiversity.


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Conservation and Restoration of Biodiversity of Village Common Forest in Khagrachari


  • Improved management of VCFs
  • Livelihood improvement of forest...
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Genetic diversity conservation and restoration of Sidr hit area

Sundarban in colaboration with BFRI

  • Study on the impact of the Sidr on forest population
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Biodiversity monitoring in selected protected forest areas

Rema-Kalenga, Dudpukuria-Dhopachari, Chunati, Teknaf, Inani

  • Assessment of the biodiversity of important protected areas...
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