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Our Mission

Nature Advocacy fights to defend, protect, and preserve natural habitats and biodiversity in Myanmar

Our natural world is under more threats than ever. Nature Advocacy pledges to enhance public awareness of today's critically important environmental issues, and educate people to make conscious eco-friendly decisions and lifestyle choices. We work closely with educators, influencers, conservation NGOs, volunteers, and government organizations to raise awareness about these issues, inspire and educate the next generation conservation leaders, and support on the ground conservation works by organizing volunteering and fundraising initiatives.

Latest News

The body of an adult female Irrawaddy Dolphin was found near Mandalay on 27th December, 2021

The incidence is still under investigation and we will share more information in due course

Save Irrawaddy Dolphin Campaign won a grant from YSEALI to conduct research about 'Cooperative Fishing' culture in Myanmar

Nature Advocacy is now a member of ConservatoinNOW network spearheaded by Conservation Optimism Movement

"The Planet Heroes"


Over 20,000 signatures were collected for a petition to the State Counsellor

How to use a positive brand association to save an endangered species

Our Ongoing Campaign to Protect Nature

Economic relief for 'cooperative fishermen' during COVID-19 travel restrictions

Selling dolphin sculptures and other souvenirs, handcrafted by 'Cooperative Fishermen' who lived and fished with dolphins for their whole lives. The proceeds are used to support them during the pandemic, create alternative income to discourage electric fishing and to fund other conservation activities.

Operation NO Release: removing invasive fish species from Irrawaddy river

Working with the Department of Fishery, Myanmar to spread awareness on social media about the dangers of invasive species to aquarium owners and fish keepers with an aim of discouraging them from releasing imported fish species into natural habitats. Aid fishermen to destroy them when caught as a bycatch.

Promoting and selling branded merchandise to encourage plastic-free lifestyle choices

Proudly show to your friends and colleagues that you are a responsible Irrawaddy dolphin protecter by using these dolphin-branded plastic-free items . All the proceeds from this fundraising sale will be used to fund impactful educational programs, field survey, or ground conservation activities.

Researching 'Cooperative Fishing' culture between dolphins and fishermen

This unique culture can only be found in the freshwater population in the Irrawaddy river in Myanmar and is rarely studied before. We are currently conducting research by collecting primary data from the cooperative fishermen. This research project is funded by the Young Southeast Asian Leadership Institute (YSEALI) and Save Philippines Sea (SPH)

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