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Pakistan Snow Leopard and Ecosystem Programme engages students, women to protect habitat

ISLAMABAD-The Pakistan Snow Leopard and Ecosystem Programme (PSLEP) aimed at preserving the endangered wild cat facing habitat destruction has engaged students and women of the local community to protect depleting living natural space and generate alternate income opportunities for the masses. 

PSLEP National Project Manager Jaffar Ud Din told APP that the human and wildlife conflict has increased between the resident of Northern Areas and Snow Leopard, the vulnerable big cat inhabiting in the snow clad mountains of trans-boundary region of the Himalayas sprawling over Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), Chitral and Gilgit Baltistan (GB).  

He added that the Snow Leopard Foundation (SLF) under the supervision of the Ministry of Climate…

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