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Currently WWF-Malaysia’s tiger conservation programme is focused in one of the three priority areas for tigers within the country - the Belum-Temengor Forest Complex. It is aimed at developing long-term measures to improve the protection and management of tiger habitats by supporting the government in carrying out anti-poaching activities, conducting scientific monitoring of tigers and their prey, raising awareness through community engagement and educational programmes, looking at forest connectivity issues, as well as monitoring land-use changes. In essence, our project therefore contributes towards the National Tiger Action Plan, a government strategy outlining the steps to be taken to ensure the long-term survival of tigers in the wild. It is important to note that, WWF-Malaysia works closely with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Department of Wildlife and National Parks, Perak State Parks Corporation and the Forestry Department of Perak in implementing key actions under the National Tiger Conservation Action Plan.