Updates On 26th Mar 2020


#DYK Many local communities live in and around forested areas, which makes them vulnerable to human-wildlife conflict. Incidences such as livestock loss due to tigers and crop raiding by elephants can cause villagers to retaliate and kill these animals.

WWF-Malaysia works with Orang Asli communities to facilitate their participation in anti-poaching activities, and develop alternative livelihood programmes such as eco-tourism activities that are linked to conserving natural resources.

This is being done through a series of community engagement and participatory activities, such as exploring suitable sources of income that encourages them to be involved in wildlife conservation.

Support our conservation efforts from far by downloading the Touch ‘n Go eWallet app. Not only will you get RM8 complimentary credit in your eWallet, but Touch ‘n Go eWallet will donate RM4 to WWF-Malaysia for every eWallet activation using our unique soft pin. Let’s download for a good cause, visit: wwf.org.my/TNGeWallet

Photo © WWF-Malaysia/Lau Ching Fong

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Source: https://www.facebook.com/wwfmy/photos/a.159457438241/1015954..



WWF Malaysia

WWF-Malaysia is a national conservation trust that currently runs conversation projects covering a diverse range of environmental protection & nature conservation in Malaysia. Our mission is to stop the degradation of the planet's natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

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