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. For the first fifteen years, it was a small organization which relied on individuals for financial support and honorary scientific input. It was in the late 80s that the first formal project for environmental education was started. Since then, the programmes of WWF – Pakistan and its staff have expanded rapidly to increase its conservation efforts. 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.