Indo-Myanmar Conservation

Indo-Myanmar Conservation (IMC) is a UK registered charity that works to prevent the extinction of the Indo-Myanmar Hotspot’s globally threatened wildlife. We focus on species that are both highly endangered and whose global populations are restricted (or largely restricted) to the hotspot.

At this web site, you can learn about the Indo-Myanmar Hotspot, conservation issues and opportunities in Myanmar, the largest and biologically richest country in the hotspot and the geographic focus of our work, and our species conservation projects. You can also support our work by making a donation.

Soon you will also be able to download reports, tables, satellite images, and GIS files.


IMC Press Releases

March 2013 - IMC signboards raise awareness for Fishing Free Zones and conservation activities at Indawgyi Lake before annual pagoda festival

February 2013 - Community meetings at Indawgyi Lake support conservation efforts for the Fishing Free Zones

January 2013 - School programme increases awareness for conservation in fishing-free-zones at Inle lake, Myanmar

September 2012 - Fishing Free Zones and community based natural resources management program established at Inle Lake