About Teka Samuha Nepal

Who We Are? 

Teka Samuha Nepal (TSN) is a non- governmental, non-profit organization dedicated for biodiversity conservation and sustainable living.

How We Work?

We work in coordination with government, non-governmental organizations and local communities.

What We Do?

We identify and work in the priority conservation areas by conducting participatory research and engage the needy communities to deliver the sustainable result.

About Teka Samuha Nepal

Teka Samuha Nepal (TSN) is a non- governmental, non-profit organization run by a group of committed professionals dedicated for biodiversity conservation and sustainable living. It is registered in District Administration Office (DAO) Kathmandu since 1997 (B.S. 2054) and affiliated with Social Welfare Council, Nepal.
Teka has been collaborating with national and international stakeholders for biodiversity conservation. Our past effort includes collaborating to publish annual bulletin "The Snow Leopard". We aim to develop long term species based, ecosystem based and landscape-based approach and link livelihood upliftment.
To combat human trafficking, Teka has joint hand with Alliance against Trafficking in Women and Children in Nepal, AATWIN (www.aatwin.org.np) in 2002 and currently Teka is serving AATWIN’s executive board as Treasurer. To support education to poor, physically challenged and trafficking survival’s children, Teka has been providing scholarship support since 2006. Teka also provides voluntary teaching and other activities for overseas individual.


Creating a better space for biodiversity along with the improvement of community well- being.


To promote biodiversity conservation and sustainable livelihood of communities through participatory research, awareness raising activities, capacity building and evidence- based interventions.


a) Conduct applied research on flora, fauna and other biodiversity systems.
b) Enhance environment education level among local communities and youth.
c) Improve sustainable livelihood of communities.
d) Strengthen network and collaboration with government and non-government organization.