The SAVE partnership

The SAVE partnership consists of five different membership categories.

  1. Core Partners: Organisations, or a collective group of organisations, whose involvement is either critical for the programme as a whole, or critical at the national level of a range country.
  2. Government Partners: Government agencies formally aligned with SAVE and implementing priority actions from the SAVE Blueprint and CMS Vulture Multi-species Action Plan.
  3. Research Partners: Partners committed to supporting the key research priorities of SAVE.
  4. Affiliate Partners: Component partners of SAVE core partner groups, or international partners involved at a lower level, but contributing to at least one priority activity listed in the Blueprint.
  5. Associates: Local or regional partners with outstanding commitment to implement SAVE Blueprint priorities.

Partners are listed below...

Core Partners

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Bangladesh National Vulture Recovery Committee is a consortium overseeing the implementation of the Bangladesh vulture action plan, chaired by Additional Secretary to the Ministry of Environment and Forest. The formal composition of BNVRC are detailed here

For further information contact:- Sarowar.ALAM@iucn.org 

 

Bird Conservation Nepal (BCN) is the largest ornithological organisation in Nepal and the national BirdLife Partner.

For further information contact BCN’s CEO and SAVE Board member: -ishana@birdlifenepal.org

 

 

BirdLife International is a global federation of national bird and wildlife conservation organisations, with a regional Asia office in Singapore.

Contact or further information from Asia Regional Director: - vinayagan.dharmarajah@birdlife.org

 

 

Bombay Natural History Society is the national BirdLife Partner for India and has been working for nature conservation for over 135 years. 

For further information contact Director Kishor Rithe - director@bnhs.org

 

Cambodia Vulture Working Group is a consortium overseeing the implementation of the Cambodia vulture action plan, and SAVE Blueprint priorities, currently chaired (on rotational basis) by Alistair Mould. The full composition of the CVWG is detailed here.

For further information contact: - naiky@birdlifecambodia.org

Hawk Conservancy Trust is a UK conservation charity and zoological attraction dedicated to the conservation of birds of prey, working in partnerships to deliver research and conservation projects, particularly related to vultures.

For further information contact: - Campbell@hawkconservancy.org

 

ICBP is a non-profit raptor conservation organisation based in the UK headed by Jemima Parry-Jones MBE. Provides expertise and funds primarily for the vulture conservation breeding programmes. 

For further information contact: - jpj@icbp.org

 

Myanmar Vulture Working Group is a consortium overseeing the implementation of the SAVE Blueprint priority actions and Myanmar vulture action plan. Chaired by BANCA. The full composition of the MVWG is detailed here.

For further information contact: -Thiri Dae We Aung thiridaweiaung@bancamm.org

A charitable UK conservation NGO with over 1.2 million members. Founded in 1889 the RSPB has many local groups, maintains over 200 nature reserves. It has an extensive international programme and is the UK’s national BirdLife Partner.

For further information contact: Chris Bowden chris.bowden@rspb.org.uk

 

Established in 1970, the World Wide Fund for Nature - Pakistan (WWF-Pakistan) is the largest, independent non-profit organisation working for nature conservation in Pakistan. The head office is in Lahore, operating through 35 offices and information centres.

For further information contact: Muhammad Jamshed Iqbal Chaudhry  jichaudhry@wwf.org.pk

 

Government Partners

Bangladesh Forest Department are committed to implementation of the Bangladesh Vulture Action Plan and working with SAVE to update and implement the agreed Blueprint actions for Bangladesh

Supporting the vulture programme, chair of the SAVE Core partner BNVRC.

Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation are committed to implementation of the Nepal Vulture Action Plan and working with SAVE to update and implement the agreed Blueprint actions for Nepal

Supporting the vulture programme, chair of the National Vulture Steering Committee in Nepal.

Research Partners

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Based in Thurso, Caithness, ERI is part of North Highland College, University of Highlands and Islands, Scotland, UK. ERI seeks to address contemporary environmental issues and advance understanding of the sustainable use of Earth’s natural resources.

For further information contact Dr Mark Taggart: mark.taggart@uhi.ac.uk

Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)-Indian Veterinary Research Institute (ICAR-IVRI), Izatnagar, is an institute under ICAR, Department of Agricultural Research & Education (DARE), Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Government of India.

For more information please contact: Dr A M Pawde:: cwlincharge@gmail.com 

The Pharmacology Department of one of Africa's top universities and the largest contact university in South Africa.

For further information contact Prof. Vinny Naidoo:: vinny.naidoo@up.ac.za

 

 

Affiliate Partners

Cambodia

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Myanmar

IUCN Bangladesh

Bangladesh Bird Club

Associates

Supporting Agencies

Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (India)

West Bengal Forest Department

Forestry, Wildlife & Fisheries Department (Punjab Province)

Central Zoo Authority (India)

Haryana State Forest Department

Madhya Pradesh Forest Department (India)

IUCN Bangladesh Country Office

Sindh Wildlife Department (Pakistan)

Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation (Nepal)

Assam Forest Department (India)

Ministry of Climate Change, Pakistan

Nepal Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation

Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (Cambodia)