International Lake Conference 2018 was organized by National Lake Conservation Development Committee on 13-14th May ...read more
“13 percent of the Nepali ethnic population are dependent on lakes and wetlands for their livelihood. “
National Lake Conservation Development Committee (NLCDC), is a premier Technical Organization of Nepal for the conservation and management of wetlands and lakes in Nepal. NLCDC is entrusted with the general responsibilities of initiating, coordinating, and furthering in consultation with the State, federal and local governments concerned, and schemes for control, conservation, and utilization of wetlands and lakes throughout the country.
I feel so delighted to represent National Lake Conservation Development Committee ( NLCDC) here, in this column. We, as NLCDC, preserve and manage the lakes and wetlands of Nepal sustainably, with the participation of local people and like-minded stakeholders. To promote integrated sustainable development, we aim in managing Nepal’s lakes and wetlands by using state of art technology and competency and by coordinating all stakeholders.
In Sanskrit, we say- ” Lokah samasta Sukhina..