CENTER FOR NATURE CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Harmonising between Conservation and Development

Connecting people with Nature

ABOUT US

Center for Conservation and Development (CCD) is a Vietnamese NGO working independently in the field of biodiversity research and conservation, sustainable forest management and implementation of activity on development assistance to harmonize the issues of natural conservation and community development, between people and the biosphere in Vietnam.

Vision

Conserve the values of nature and biodiversity. Promote the application of advanced science to improve the quality of the environment and local livelihood. Contribute to the implementation of the sustainable development goals of the country and the United Nations.

Mission

Ensure the harmony between conservation and development, between people and nature. Protect and maintain the values of nature and biodiversity, raise awareness, capacity and responsibility for stakeholders.

OUR WORK

Forest and Natural Resources Governance

Support effective and sustainable governance and management of forests and natural resources

Protected Areas Governance

Protect forest habitats and ecosystems on limestone mountains, tropical evergreen forests, semi-deciduous forests, dipterocarp forests, grasslands/shrub and wetlands.

Nature and Biodiversity Conservation

Protect globally threatened species, endemic to Vietnam, species threatened by illegal trade and exploitation activities.

Combating Wildlife and Forest Crimes

Anti-poaching, control illegal logging and combating wildlife trafficking, support animal rescue and caring for rehabilitation

Tourism and Experience

Consulting for provinces, protected areas, national parks, forest owners; formulating sustainable and responsible tourism plans and projects; spreading the message of nature conservation and culture respect

Community Development

Develop sustainable livelihoods, support indegenous communities and people in buffer zones of protected areas, giving priority to indegenous women

Education and Outreach

Communicating and educating the community on biodiversity conservation and environmental protection.

Corporate Partnerships and Services

Training and Capacity Building; Environment, Forest and Natural resources survey and inventory; Pilot Model formulation; Comparative and critical study

KEY EXPERTS

Dr. Le Thien Duc

Deputy Director

MSc. Vu Thuc Hien

Deputy Director

MSc. La Quang Trung

Nature Conservation Coordinator

MSc. Bui Thanh Tung

Species Conservation Coordinator

MSc. Ta Quoc Truong

Forest and Natural Resources Governance Coordinator

BSc. Dinh Thi Kim Van

Plant Conservation Coordinator

BSc. Luong Thi Khanh Linh

Biodiversity and Species Conservation Officer

MSc. Lo Van Oanh

Biodiversity and Species Conservation Officer

BSc. Le Thanh An

Biodiversity and Species Conservation Officer

MSc. Bui Tien Dung

Ecotourism and Community Development Coordinator

BSc. Bui Ha Vi

Tourism and Community Development Officer

MSc. Phan Dinh Nghia

Sustainable Development Officer

BSc. Ngo Viet Anh

Community-Based Tourism Officer

MSc. Nguyen Mai Phuong

Financial and Human Resources Manager

MSc. Ca Thi Hop Trang

Administrative and Accounting Officer

MSc. Phi Thi Ngoc Diep

Human Resources and Admin Officer

ADVISOR GROUP

Assoc.Prof.Pham Hong Long

Sustainable & Community-Based Tourism Advisor

Assoc.Prof.Tran Duc Thanh

Tourism Planning and Sustainable Tourism Advisor

MSc. Tran Le Tra

Sustainable Development and Environment Policy Advisor

Prof.Nguyen Hoang Tri

Man and Biosphere Advisor

MSc. Pham Van Thong

Species Conservation and Research Advisor

MSc. Nguyen The Cuong

Community Based Conservation Advisor

DONORS AND PARTNERS

CONTACT US

Work time

Monday to Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 17:30 p.m.

Office address

Address: No. 05, 56/119 Tu Lien street, Tu Lien ward, Tay Ho district, Hanoi.
Tel: +84 (0) 246 682 0486
Email: info@ccd.org.vn

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