Members in Malaysia
Department of Wildlife and National Parks - Peninsular Malaysia DWNP
Mission: The Department of Wildlife and National Parks is one of nine agencies under the Ministry of Science, Technology and the Environment. It has the main responsibility for the management, protection, conservation and planning of the wildlife, national parks and wildlife reserves in Peninsula Malaysia. To carry out its functions the Department has eight Divisions: Research and Conservation; Ecotourism; National Parks; Training and Conservation Education; Enforcement and Conventions; Development; Administration; and Management Information Systems. The Department is also the management authority of CITES for Peninsula Malaysia.
Expertise: Biodiversity, Parks and Protected Areas, Species, Tourism and Recreation
Contact Person: Mr Abd. Rashid Samsudin, Director General
Address: KM 10, Jalan Cheras
Kuala Lumpur 56100
Tel: +60 (3) 9075-2872
Fax: +60 (3) 9075-2873
Malaysian Nature Society (MNS)
Mission: Created in 1940, the Society is involved in promoting nature conservation and interest in the natural history of Malaysia and that of the surrounding region.
Expertise: Biodiversity, Environmental Education, Species, Sustainable Development
Contact Person: Mr Clifford Celment, Chief Executive Officer
Address: JKR 641, Jalan Kelantan
Kuala Lumpur 50480
Tel: +60 (3) 2287-9422
Fax: +60 (3) 2287-8773
Marine Research Foundation MRF
Mission: To further the understanding of marine ecosystems and functions. Key objectives of the Foundation include promoting the advancement of indigenous understanding of marine ecosystems, the economy and social well-being of communities, and the relief of underprivileged communities which depend on the marine environment.
Contact Person: Dr Nicolas Pilcher, Executive Director
Address: 136 Lorong Pokok Seraya 2
Sabah Wildlife Department
Mission: Mission statement is: "We, the members of the Sabah Wildlife Department, are committed towards conserving the integrity and diversity of nature and ensuring the sustainable and equitable use of the State`s natural resources." Objectives are to conserve the fauna of Sabah so as to ensure the perpetuity of all species within their natural habitat and to manage the State's wildlife resources for the benefit of the people of Malaysia in general and of Sabah in particular.
Expertise: Biodiversity. Species. Tourism and Recreation
Contact Person: Mr Laurentius N. Ambu, Deputy Director
Address: 5th Floor, Block B
Kota Kinabalu 88100
Tel: +60 (88) 215-353
Fax: +60 (88) 222-476
Sarawak Forestry Corporation Sdn Bhd (SFCSB)
Mission: To conserve and develop Sarawak`s forest products and services while maintaining a balance of economic, environment and social interest.
Contact Person: Mr Wilfred Stephen Landong, General Manager
Protected Areas and Biodiversity Conservation
Address: Level 12, Office Tower
Hock Lee Centre,
Jalan Datuk ABG Abdul Rahim
Tel: +60 (82) 348 001
Fax: +60 (82) 488 654
The Sabah Parks Board of Trustees
Mission: Mission is to: manage the parks effectively and efficiently through a holistic managment approach; develop human resources; conduct research activities; implement ex situ conservation programmes for rare species; enforce the Parks Enactment; carry out education and public awareness programmes; and develop sustainable eco-tourism activities.
Expertise: Parks and Protected Areas, Tourism and Recreation
Contact Person: Mr Paul Basintal, Director
Address: Sabah Parks Board
PO Box 10626
Kota Kinabalu 88806
Tel: +60 (88) 211-524
Fax: +60 (88) 221-001
World Wide Fund for Nature - Malaysia WWF
Mission: WWF-Malaysia is a professional scientific conservation organization NGO. It aims to raise funds and implement projects, working closely with government and non-government partners.
Expertise: Fundraising, Species, Sustainable Development
Contact Person: Dr Dionysius S.K. Sharma, Executive Director/CEO
Address: 49 Jalan SS23/15
Petaling Jaya 47400
Tel: +60 (3) 7803-3772
Fax: +60 (3) 7803-5157