WWF-Pakistan's Conservation Strategy
Critical Contributions empower WWF country offices, including Pakistan, to maximize the ecological impacts of their activities and align their priorities to those of the WWF Network in order to contribute to the wider value across the globe. Pakistan’s Critical Contributions are illustrated here.
Every five years, we sets conservation targets under each of our six practices including oceans, forests, wildlife, climate and energy, food and freshwater and measure the progress against the established indicators.
Through our strategic plan, we hope to achieve our objectives in the set five years. For the period 2015 to 2020, following objectives were set for each of the practices:
Marine fisheries and the ocean ecosystem are sustainably managed ensuring conservation of biodiversity and supporting livelihoods of natural resource dependent communities.
Sustainable management of priority forest ecosystems.
Priority species and their habitat are protected and made more resilient to adverse anthropogenic impacts.
Climate resilience of communities and priority ecosystems is enhanced through the implementation of adaptation and mitigation measures.
Enhance food security by building the climate resilience of food systems and the promotion of sustainable production and consumption.
Priority rivers of the Indus Basin have improved water quality and quantity, and critical freshwater habitats are protected.