World Wide Fund for Nature – Pakistan (WWF – Pakistan) and Beaconhouse National University (BNU) have signed a MoU to jointly work towards spreading environmental education through WWF’s Eco Internship Programme.
MoU was signed by Mr. Ali Hassan Habib, Director General WWF – Pakistan, Mr. Sartaj Aziz, Vice Chancellor BNU and Mr. Zaeem Yaqoob Khan, Director Marketing and External Relations BNU.
The Eco Internship Programme is a nation-wide, 6 session long, environmental workshop whereby students are given a series of interactive activities and presentations to foster a sense of civic responsibility and teach them about the country’s environment. Hands on activities, interactive discussions, field trip to an ecologically significant site and creative challenges are a part of this extensive programme. The Eco Internship is steadily becoming an integral part of the annual calendar of almost every private school and college across Pakistan targeting approximately 2000-3000 students each year.
This Internship is held from class 8 till Masters level students nationwide. Students receive a certificate after the successful completion of the internship. This affiliates them with a globally renowned institution and which is a vital tool for further education and employment.
This partnership is meant to create a constituency of environmentally enlightened, like minded people who can effect change.
To participate in the Eco Internship email at
or visit our WWF website
About WWF – Pakistan: World Wide Fund for Nature - Pakistan was formed in 1970 to address the growing environmental and conservation issues in Pakistan that not only affected the flora and fauna, but were also affecting the human population. WWF – Pakistan is a non-profit organization, working preserve, conserve and save our environment and natural resources. Today, WWF - Pakistan works through 31 offices with a team of approximately 340 dedicated staff members. We have our Head Office in Lahore, regional offices in Karachi, Islamabad, Peshawar, Gilgit, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Quetta, and project offices wherever there is need and the potential to make a difference.