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The Game Goes Off-Field
This Global Tiger Day
Starting from 29th July 2021, WWF-Malaysia is teaming up with partners to turn Malaysia’s love for football into a love for Harimau Malaya.
Join us to #ScoreForTigers and
one ball at a time
How To #ScoreForTigers
Juggle a football on TikTok for as many times as you can. Think you could hit 200?
Share using #ScoreForTigers and challenge friends to join in.
Top 11 submissions with the most likes win official #ScoreForTigers jerseys. So, remember to be as creative as you can! Challenge ends 30th August.
Few things are as Malaysian as football mania and Harimau Malaya. But while we have no shortage of skilled footballers, our tigers are critically endangered with less than 200 left in the wild. Once we lose them, there is no rematch. But there is hope if we can start playing as a team right now for Harimau Malaya.
While our anti-poaching teams are patrolling the Belum-Temengor forest, we are also working to establish a sustainable, long-term game plan at the policy and enforcement level. This includes lobbying for more boots on the ground, as well as setting up a National Tiger Task Force and a Wildlife Crime Bureau.
Take Action to Save Our Tigers
and Continue Earning Your Stripes
Support WWF-Malaysia’s vital work to ensure the survival of tigers for future generations.
Your voice will help make decisions on policy, enforcement and land management favourable for tiger conservation.
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It’s going to take every one of us
to save Harimau Malaya.
It’s going to take Malaysia.