Become a Member

Become a Member

HSFF believes that synergetic efforts are required to bring social change from conservation and sustainable development. Good science with well-equipped indigenous knowledge and skills are vital components in bringing social change through effective and meaningful community participation. Voluntary community leaders, conservationists, social entrepreneurs, scientists, researchers and experts from a wide range of disciplines are involved as members.

Our networks expand throughout the world. International partners and individuals can become ‘Friends of HSFF’.

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Join as a Volunteer/Intern

HSFF offers opportunities to those who are working on, or have recently completed, graduate programmes. Such participation may take the form of volunteer programs, internships, or undertaken for college credit. We provide mentorship opportunities to harness the many talents of recent graduates from universities within Nepal and abroad.

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The Advisory Board

HSFF is guided and supported by an advisory board with sound know-how and policy advice on conservation and sustainable development issues. The Advisory Board plays an important role in implementing HSFF’s plans and programs.

John Fien
Professor of Sustainability, Innovation Leadership programme
RMIT University
Melbourne, Australia

Ashok Gurung
Senior Director, India China Institute (ICI)
The New School
New York, USA

Junko Oshima
Associate Professor
University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan

David Simmons
Professor of Tourism/Director of Research Strategy and Development
Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand

Sara Parker
Senior Lecturer
Liverpool John Moores University
School of Humanities and Social Science
Liverpool, United Kingdom