Tuesday, December 25, 2012
WWF-Malaysia Annual Review 2012
Total expenditure was RM 35,962,000; 77% of that went to conservation expenditure. Out of these 77%, majority went to species conversation expenditure.
For example,WWF's tiger conservation efforts are making headway in Perak's Belum-Temengor Forest Complex; a vital tiger landscape. The Malaysian governement has committed to construct a viaduck for wildlife crossing at the Belum-Temengor corridor area along the Gerk-Jeli Highway. This vital wildlife crossing, which donors helped make possible, will enable tigers and other wild animals to traverse the highway to find flood and mates, instead of being trapped in forest patches.
More details on Belum-Temengor and tiger poarhing.
The net surplus for year 2012 was RM 993,000.
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