Mountain Society and Research & Development Center, a hub dedicated to advancing sustainable practices and fostering resilient communities in mountainous regions. Situated amidst the breathtaking landscapes of mountainous terrains, our center serves as a beacon of innovation and collaboration in addressing pressing social and environmental challenges.

At the heart of our mission lie the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), guiding our endeavors to promote holistic development while preserving the unique ecological and cultural heritage of mountain regions. From forest conservation and watershed management to climate change adaptation and wildlife conservation, we are committed to safeguarding these fragile ecosystems for generations to come.

Through interdisciplinary research, participatory approaches, and capacity-building initiatives, we strive to enhance the socio-economic well-being of mountain communities while ensuring environmental sustainability. Our diverse portfolio spans from value chain development and livestock management to alternative energy solutions and market research, addressing multifaceted aspects of mountain livelihoods.

With a strong emphasis on knowledge management, education, and training, we empower local stakeholders with the tools and skills necessary to navigate complex challenges and seize opportunities for growth. Moreover, our center actively engages in environmental and social impact assessments, fostering evidence-based decision-making and promoting responsible resource management practices.

As we embark on this journey towards a more sustainable future, we invite collaboration from researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and communities alike, recognizing the collective effort required to overcome the intricate challenges facing mountain societies. Together, let us pave the way for resilience, prosperity, and harmony in mountain regions worldwide.

  • SDGs (Social and Environment Related)
  • Forest Conservation and restoration
  • Climate change adaption
  • Value chain Development
  • Watershed Management
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Participatory Rural Development
  • Pasture & Rangelands Management
  • Wildlife Conservation and Management
  • Non-timber Forest products
  • Fisheries
  • Socio-Economic Studies
  • Environmental Impact assessment
  • Social Impact Assessment Studies
  • Natural Resource Accounting
  • Computing Environmental Statistics
  • Capacity building
  • Information and Knowledge Management
  • Education, Training, and Extension
  • Market research
  • Alternative Energy
  • Livestock Management
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