Miss Nepal 2012 Shristi Shrestha is WWF’s Young Conservation Ambassador



Posted on 09 July 2012  | 
Kathmandu, Nepal – WWF Nepal welcomed Miss Nepal 2012, Shristi Shrestha, as the seventh Young Conservation Ambassador today.

“On behalf of WWF, I am very happy to welcome Shristi as our seventh Young Conservation Ambassador. I would also like to acknowledge with gratitude Miss Nepal 2011, Malina Joshi for her active contribution to help raise awareness on WWF's conservation endeavors,” said Anil Manandhar, Country Representative of WWF Nepal.

Following in the footsteps of Payal Shakya, Sugarika KC, Sitashma Chand, Zenisha Moktan, Sadichha shrestha and Malina Joshi, Shristi will be actively involved in helping promote conservation. She will be involved in WWF’s Snow Leopard Conservation Campaign, The Green Lumbini Initiative and The Generation Green campaign where she will work with students and Eco Clubs of various schools to raise awareness about conservation and develop youth projects focusing on environment and species conservation.

WWF Nepal started appointing The Hidden Treasure’s Miss Nepal pageant winners as the Young Conservation Ambassador from 2004 and since then Payal Shakya, Sugarika KC, Sitashma Chand, Zenisha Moktan, Sadichha Shrestha and Malina Joshi have contributed to disseminating the message of conservation through word and deed.
 
Country Representative of WWF Nepal Mr. Anil Manandhar formally welcoming Miss Nepal 2012 as WWF's Seventh Young Conservation Ambassador
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Miss Nepal 2011 Malina Joshi and Miss Nepal 2012 Shristi Shrestha Cutting the cake to mark the beginning of Shristi's Journey with WWF
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Miss Nepal 2012 Shristi Shrestha, Miss Nepal 2011 Malina Joshi, Chariman of The Hidden Tresure Gopal Kakshyapati and CountryRepresentative of WWF Nepal Mr Anil Manadhar attending the Welcome program
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