NEFEJ releases report on construction of wildlife friendly infrastructure

Institutionalize wildlife-friendly infrastructure construction: Study Report On December 3 Sunday, the world's rarest Bengal Tiger was killed in a collision with a vehicle on the Amalekhgunj Highway in Parsa National Park. This is the third reported death of a tiger in an accident. Not just tigers but many other species…..Read More

NEFEJ conducts Media training on Status of Air Pollution and its Impacts

On 29th December 2020, NEFEJ organized a virtual media training program so as to train journalists so that they can effectively raise the issue on the status of air pollution and its impacts. Realizing that most newsrooms do no prioritize reporting on environmental issues, this training was organized so that…..Read More

NEFEJ concludes its 35th Annual General Meeting

The new working committee unanimously chaired by President Biswakarma The 35th Annual General Meeting of Nepal Forum of Environmental Journalists has unanimously selected a new 11-member working committee for two years under the chairmanship of Kosmos Biswakarma. NEFEJ had conducted its AGM through a virtual meeting due to the COVID-…..Read More

From the President

We have moved to new office building Dear Readers, First of all, let me take this opportunity to share with you all a good news – we have now moved to our own office building. Yes, we have now shifted to our new office building, adjacent to the old location…..Read More

NEFEJ and Pratical Action push for resilience building

NEFEJ has recently completed the project "Media Engagement to inspire Decision makers on resilience building" in association with Practical Action. Under the media engagement project, a total of six reports were produced. Mr. Tika Bandhan, Ms. Pragati Dhakal and Ms. Sujata Karki carried out five reports and they were published…..Read More

NEFEJ concludes field visit for Evidence-based Media Advocacy

A field visit was carried out by NEFEJ team starting from 17th September 2020 to 8th October 2020. The field visit was carried out under the "Evidence Based Media Advocacy on Biodiversity Conservation, and Sustainable Development" project in association with Hariyo Ban Program Phase II- WWF Nepal. A team including…..Read More

NEFEJ provides fellowship to raise issue on Poor People’s Energy Access

September 27: NEFEJ, in partnership with Practical Action, provided fellowships to eight journalists to raise the issue of energy access among the poor people. Under this fellowship, four male journalists and four female journalists from four provinces of Nepal were involved in producing news stories based on the theme "Poor…..Read More

NEFEJ produces research-based media outreach materials

6th September- NEFEJ has recently completed the "Implementing the research findings at Municipality level (capacity building of local governments)" Project in partnership with Practical Action. NEFEJ produced eight online stories, six radio episodes and one special video report for this project. All the media outreach materials produced under this project…..Read More