Planned Activities

  •  Infrastructure Development and Upgrade 
  • Organizing Seminar and Workshop for Information Gathering

  • Conducting genetic study 

     NTGP will conduct Nepal’s first genetic study on Bengal Tigers by using newest scientific techniques in non-invasive molecular scatology to compliment a remote camera trapping study.  The study involves collection and preservation of scat, genetic and statistical analysis and building geo-spatial database.  
  •  Creating a genetic database

    NTGP will create a Baseline Genetic Database for Bengal Tigers in Nepal.
  •  Building Protocol

    NTGP will develop a Standard Operating Protocol (SOP) for collection, utilization and application of Molecular Forensics in Nepal in coordination with the Government of Nepal’s Department of National Parks, and international and local experts. 
  • Information Dissemination

    NTGP will organize seminar and workshops in Nepal to inform and train wildlife biologists, and policy makers on the research findings and provide them with recommendations. 

    At International level, the study information will be shared with experts worldwide through scientific publications and presentations assessing the feasibility of application of molecular scatology in wildlife conservation.