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Our Partners and Supporters

Our community-based mangrove conservation programme will not be possible without the support and participation from you. Your continuous support means a lot to us.

Government Department

Non-Government Organizations


Corporate Partners

Others useful links

Government Department

Ministry of Nature Resources and Environment

The Ministry of Nature Resources and Environment serves to ensure the balance in management of the natural resources and environment towards a sustainable development.

Forestry Department of Peninsular Malaysia

The Forestry Department is responsible for the formulation of forestry policies, providing technical advice and assistance to the State Forestry Departments with regard to forest planning, management and development, forest and wood-based industries, forest operational studies as well as training and human resource development.
http://www.forestry.gov.my/ ; http://bakau.forestry.gov.my/

Perak State Forest Department

Perak State Forest Department mission is to manage and develop forest resources in Perak consistently and optimizing its contribution to the country socio-economic development.

Department of Wildlife and National Parks

PERHILITAN is a governmental organization that is responsible for the protection, management and preservation of wildlife and national parks in Peninsular Malaysia.

Forest Research Institute Malaysia

FRIM is one of the leading institutions in tropical forestry research. FRIM promotes sustainable management and optimal use of forest resources by generating knowledge and technology through research, development and application.

Non-Government Organizations

Force of Nature Aid Foundation (FON)  

The Force of Nature Aid Foundation aims to rebuild the lives of natural disaster survivors. The foundation works by restoring hope through support and empowerment of disaster affected communities.

Global Environment Centre (GEC)

The Global Environment Centre  was established in 1998 to work on environment issues of global importance. GEC supports information exchange and capacity building as well as undertaking strategic projects particularly in developing countries. It works in partnership with other like-minded agencies worldwide. GEC is registered in Malaysia as a non-profit organization.

Mangrove Action Project  (MAP- Indonesia)

The Mangrove Action Project is dedicated to reversing the degradation and loss of mangrove forest ecosystems worldwide. Its main goal is to promote the rights of traditional and indigenous coastal peoples, including fishers and farmers, to sustainably manage their coastal environments.

Penang Inshore Fishermen Welfare Association  (PIPWA)

The Penang Inshore Fishermen Welfare Association (PIFWA) is a local community-based nonprofit and independent organisation registered with the Registrar of Societies since 1994. PIFWA’sobjective is to achieve solidarity among inshore fishermen to voice out issues that affect their livelihoods. PIFWA also promotes traditional and sustainable fishing practices and prudent management of the coastal environments, mangrove habitats and the riverine ecosystems.


SMK Teloi Kanan, Kedah.


SMK Batu Kawan, Penang


SMK Dato’ Bijaya Setia, Kedah.


SMK Baling, Kedah.


ENO- Environment online

ENO-Environment Online is a global virtual school and network for sustainable development and environmental awareness. Environmental themes are studied within a school year on a weekly basis. Thousands of schools from 124 countries have taken part.

Life-Link Friendship-Schools

Life-Link Friendship-Schools is an independent Non Governmental Organisation which aims to promote contact and cooperation between young people around the world and their schools, through active participation in shared projects, vital for our time (e.g. Environment, Human Rights, Conflict Resolution and Constructive Collaboration).


 Corporate Partners

SHELL (for year 2011)

Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies with around 93,000 employees in more than 90 countries and territories. Our strategy seeks to reinforce our position as a leader in the oil and gas industry in order to provide a competitive shareholder return while helping to meet global energy demand in a responsible way. 31 countries.

ECOFIELDTRIPS Ptd Ltd (for May 2010- present)

Ecofrieldtrips (EFT) is a Singpore-based company set up in 1997 by Bridget Hadderman and Helen Newman to coincide with the International Year of the Reef. EFT's fieldtrips aim to inculcate positive attitudes and long term commitment to the protection and conservation of the environment, along with the enjoyment of learning in fascinating outdoor settings. 

CIMB (for Dec 2008; year 2010 - present)

Incorporated in Malaysia in 1974 and headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, CIMB Group’s operations encompass a well-established consumer bank, a premier regional investment bank and an Islamic bank, served by a staff of over 25,000 employees.

SCOMI (for July 2009)

Scomi Group Bhd, a global service provider mainly in the oil and gas industry, is a company listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia. Scomi employs over 4,800 employees at 68 locations in 31 countries.

RICOH (for Sept 2007)

RICOH Malaysia is a premium business unit in Document Management Solutions, focusing on excellence in customer satisfaction. This is achieved through dedicated and competent employees with responsibility to the environment.


Others useful links 


International Society for Mangrove Ecosystem (ISME)

ISME is an international non-profit and non-governmental scientific society, established in August 1990, which based in Okinawa, Japan. ISME has been carrying out its activities at global level in: a) application of knowledge to particular situations; b) training and education; and c) exchange of necessary information.
http://www.mangrove.or.jp/isme/; http://www.glomis.com

Malaysia  Environmental NGOs (MENGO) Support Unit

The programme aims to support and facilitate a more effective interaction between MENGO and the Government of Malaysia on environmental policies.

Malaysian Nature Society (MNS)

Malaysian Nature Society promotes the study, appreciation, conservation and protection of Malaysia’s heritage.

Wetland International

Wetlands International’s mission is “to sustain and restore wetlands, their resources and biodiversity for future generations”.

Wolrd Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

WWF-Malaysia is a national conservation trust that currently runs more than 75 projects covering a diverse range of environmental protection and nature conservation work in Malaysia.

Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP)

CAP  help to ensure the right of every consumer to basic needs such as food, housing, health care, sanitation, public transport, education and a clean environment.

Malaysian Society of Marine Sciences (MSMS)

MSMS promote awareness of the need to conserve marine resources and prevent unnecessary deterioration of quality of the marine environment.

Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) 

SAM is active in creating public awareness, research and documentation, community work and development, legal aid and publication in environmental and social issues.

Save Our Seahorses (SOS)

SOS stands for "Save Our Seahorses". Founded in 2004, it is a non-profit group commited to saving the seahorse and the Pulai River Estuary in Malaysia. The group comprised  scientists, students, local communities and the public volunteers. http://www.sosmalaysia.org/

Perbadanan Taman Negara Johor (PTNJ)

Johor National Park Corporation (JNPC) was established in 1989 under the gazettement of the Johor National Park Corporation Enactment 1989. JNPC was enacted to develop, manage and supervise the management of national parks in the state of Johor.

Convention on Wetlands of International Importance (RAMSAR Convention)

The Convention on Wetlands, signed in Ramsar, Iran, in 1971, is an intergovernmental treaty which provides the framework for national action and international cooperation for the conservation and wise use of wetlands and their resources.


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