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Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Management Council (KCAMC)
  • Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Management Council (KCAMC) was formed in 2003 under the provision of Conservation Area Management Regulation 2001 (Government Management) with an aim of overall management of KCA through mobilizing local communities.
  • KCAMC and its affiliated bodies are working in conservation and sustainable development activities in line with KCA Management Plan (2014-2018), directives of Government of Nepal, Department of National Park and Wildlife Conservation since its establishment.
Kanchenjunga Conservation Area

Kanchenjunga Conservation Area is a protected area in the Himalayas of eastern Nepal that was established in 1997. It covers 2,035 km2 (786 sq mi) in the Taplejung District and comprises two peaks of Kanchenjunga. In the north it adjoins the Qomolangma National Nature Preserve in Tibet, and in the east the Khangchendzonga National Park in Sikkim.To the west it borders the Sankhuwasabha District. It ranges in altitude from 1,200 to 8,586 m (3,937 to 28,169 ft). It is part of the Sacred Himalayan Landscape, which is being developed by WWF Nepal in partnership with the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development.

Program and Partners

KCAMC is working with Conservation partner like Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation, Department of National Park and Wildlife Conservation, SNV Nepal, DFID, WWF-Nepal, Poverty Alleviation Fund, Care Nepal, Helvetas, SAMART, Samriddha Pahad UK, District Forest Office and District Agriculture Development Office by providing technical and financial support to the community people in Conservation Area for their better livelihood.

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