July 24, 2024

About Us


SEEM Nepal is a non-governmental organization that was established in 2014 with the aim of working in the fields of environment, sustainability, ecology, and the Himalayan regions. Their focus is on natural resources management, soil conservation, and the protection of these resources for future generations. The organization actively collaborates with numerous academic institutions and communities across various geographical regions of Nepal. In 2018, SEEM Nepal launched a notable campaign called “Melancholy,” which featured an environmental song performed by 365 Nepalese artists and set a Guinness World Records Break. They have also been actively involved in the Zero Polythene Campaign, working towards reducing the use of polythene in many municipalities.

SEEM Nepal’s main focus is on understanding existing land use patterns, identifying driving forces behind resource depletion, and assessing the economic consequences and environmental services associated with natural resources. They actively engage local communities and promote payment for environmental services. The organization welcomes support and collaboration from other organizations, institutions, local governments, and communities in their conservation and management efforts. SEEM Nepal is currently implementing an environmental awareness program that targets individuals directly connected to environmental management, such as farmers and stakeholders. They strive to collaborate with government partners, NGOs, and INGOs in their initiatives.

Additionally, SEEM Nepal addresses climate change vulnerability and its impacts on soil, water, and forest resources. Their work encompasses improving water quality, soil characteristics, combating deforestation, preserving watersheds, protecting wildlife, and addressing land degradation. They are also the first NGO in Nepal to focus on avoiding and banning the use of polythene to enhance soil quality. The organization has successfully collaborated with local, provincial, and government sectors in Nepal to achieve its objectives.

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