Elephant Grass Planting Project (Napier Grass), Brumas, Sabah

This project is a habitat enrichment projects to encourage the use of wildlife corridors by elephants and reduce human-elephant conflicts, further leading to co-existence between humans and elephants.

A letter of intent was signed in February 2020 with the Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD). The trial planting is expected to start in January 2022.

Members of Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) and Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU) have attended elephant grass (Napier Grass) planting training.

Malayan Tiger Conservation Program

Buku Panduan Spesifikasi Peralatan dan Penyelenggeraan (SPEG)

Malaysian palm oil industries are very committed toward the conservation of Malayan Tiger in Malaysia. Thru Malaysian Palm Oil Green Conservation Foundation (MPOGCF), we have spend millions to support National Tiger Conservation Action Plan.

Currently, MPOGCF already signed a MoU with PERHILITAN to collaborate in 5-years project to breed captive Malayan Tiger ex-situ in National Wildlife Rescue Centre (NWRC) then release the cubs to the wild after 3-years rewilding process in National Tiger Conservation Centre (NTCC).

Throughout this project we are expecting to increase the population of critically endangered Malayan Tiger species in Malaysia. The locations for this project are in National Wildlife Rescue Centre, Sungkai, Perak & National Tiger Conservation Centre, Kuala Gandah, Pahang

The signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) regarding the issue at the NWRC together with Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities on 12 April 2021.

The MoU involved the Department of Wildlife and National Parks (PERHILITAN), the Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) and MPOGCF.

The government’s efforts required the involvement of all parties to come together to create awareness about the poaching of endangered species such as the Malayan Tiger.

The long-term and short-term conservation plans for Malayan Tiger, include:

  • A Malayan Tiger breeding programme
  • A programme supporting the costs of five Malayan Tiger cubs
  • Transferring Malayan Tigers to the National Tiger Conservation Centre in Lanchang, Pahang
  • The rewilding of Malayan Tigers
  • Releasing Malayan Tigers into the wild
  • Post-release monitoring of Malayan Tigers

The MoU also allocated RM3 million in a period of five years for the conservation of Malayan Tigers based on MPOC and MPOGCF initiatives, and represents the strong commitment shown by the palm oil industry to save the Malayan Tiger.

In addition, the centre acts as a sanctuary for wildlife injured as a result of human-wildlife conflict in the country.