Our Stories

  • Jun 7, 2017

    the Central Forest Spine (CFS) forms the backbone of Peninsular Malaysia by linking forest complexes with a network of ecological corridors creating a connected conservation area.

  • May 22, 2017

    LitSara® project demonstrates the good spirit of ABS which utilises the acquisition of Prior Informed Consent (PIC) from participating communities, who themselves, are actively involved in the project

  • May 31, 2012

    People continue to be mesmerised by Tioman Island which attracts its fair share of the 25 million tourists visiting the country every year. However, as the world’s travelling community descends here all year round, the undeniable development that affects the islanders presents both challenges and opportunities for the 3600 people living in the eight villages along Tioman’s coastline.

  • Mar 31, 2008

    After two years, Abdul Manaf's dream of restoring life back into the strip of mangrove forest in his backyard is one step closer to reality. As head of the local residents' committees, Manaf has been instrumental in getting about 150 villagers from Kampung Fikri, Kampung Saujana and Kampung Gong Batu to come together to rehabilitate and conserve mangroves in the area through a community project started by PETRA Perdana and UNDP.

  • Jan 31, 2008

    As part of the Sarawak Inland Waterway Transport (SIWT) System Study’s Education and Awareness Programme, making river safety a vital community service, UNDP and Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) conducted basic river safety, rescue and CPR/First Aid training for about 500 rural school children and community members from July to December 2007, including 40 dental nurses and attendants in Sarikei.

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