Everyone needs healthy forests, rivers and seas to survive. By protecting our wildlife, natural ecosystems and resources, WWF-Malaysia is helping to protect our livelihoods, fresh water, food security and clean air. Nature is also our best ally in the fight against climate change. Please donate to protect nature so we can safeguard our good quality of life and protect our future. Thank you very much for your meaningful contribution.
LESS THAN 150 MALAYAN TIGERS LEFT
Did you know that tigers are key to healthy forests, which we need for clean air, fresh water, climate change mitigation, and so much more? Sadly, our critically endangered tigers are severely threatened by poaching and habitat loss. Please donate today to save tigers, save forests, and save ourselves. Thank you.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Your important donations will enable WWF-Malaysia to:
Support wages and rations for field assistants to conduct anti-poaching patrolling and camera-trapping.
Support critical awareness and communications initiatives conducted with the community and civil society.
Support the Malaysian Government to establish long-term, sustainable solutions to protect Malaysia’s tigers and secure a future for all the biodiversity in the Belum-Temengor Forest Complex.
SAVE OUR SEA TURTLES
Sea turtle populations are plummeting due to loss of feeding and nesting habitat, being accidentally caught in fishing gear, as well as egg collection and turtle poaching for consumption and trade.
We cannot afford to lose our sea turtles. These gentle mariners are key to healthy marine ecosystems that provide seafood and help ensure climate change mitigation, as well as sustain coastal communities and ecotourism. Please donate today to save our sea turtles, our seas, and ourselves. Thank you.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Please donate and help WWF-Malaysia to:
Monitor and patrol nesting beaches to minimise the poaching of turtle eggs.
Patrol turtle foraging grounds to prevent poaching.
Conduct research to understand marine turtle habitats and biology, as well as the effects of climate change, to enhance conservation efforts.
Continue our efforts in calling for stronger and more holistic laws as well as strengthening ground and transboundary enforcement to protect turtles.