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Institute for Social and Environmental Transition (ISET)-Nepal Institute for Social and Environmental Transition (ISET)-Nepal

Institute for Social and Environmental Transition-Nepal, ISET-Nepal (ISET-Nepal) is a non-governmental and not-for-profit organization to study and analyse developmental issues of rapidly changing social and environmental context that demand new insights into the emerging challenges to manage resources for sustainable development. ISET-Nepal was established in 2001 and has dedicated its organizational focus to generate and disseminate knowledge on changing social and environmental context through research, publications and engagement in public debates to address the emerging challenges.

ISET-N's mission is to improve understanding and elevate the level of dialogue as civil society attempts to respond to natural resource and environmental challenges in a rapidly changing social and economic context by generating and disseminating new knowledge on a wide ranging issues that affect both natural resources and general well being of the society through research, publication, and engagement in public debates to address the ever changing educational needs of managing social and environmental transition.

The primary goal of ISET-N is to conduct academic studies, research and interactions on subjects related to environment and social development and to work towards increasing capacity of youth having inclination for study, research and other academic activities through education, training and exchange of academic cooperation, interactions and discussions at the local, regional and national level.

Website: http://www.isetnepal.org.np
Contact Person: Ajaya Dixit (Email: iset@ntc.net.np)
Contact Address: GPO Box 3971, ‘WATER NEPAL’ Building, Chundevi, Maharajgunj, Kathmandu Nepal
Phone: (+977)-1-4720744
Email: iset@wlink.com.np
 
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