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Jungle Medicines

Could jungles contain the cure to human diseases? One species of ant has just revealed a new strain of antibiotics. Who knows what else we might discover if we keep our jungles standing.

"What we do now, and in the next few years, will profoundly affect the next few thousand years" - David Attenborough

Conserving Our Forests

WWF-Malaysia works to conserve our valuable forests through projects such as the Living Landscapes Programme. Also in Sabah, we have had success at Bukit Piton, part of the Ulu-Segama Malua Forest Reserve, where we have been working with the Sabah Forestry Department to restore forests since 2007. From 2008 to 2018, we have increased forest cover there by 77%, thereby enabling the local orangutan population numbering about 300 individuals to thrive once more. Click below for more information about our forest conservation efforts in Sugut and Tawau.

The Living Landscape Programme