Greater Mekong publications
Eastern Plains Landscape case studies show unrelenting illegal activities, but successful interventions amidst wider national crack down
Imagine a time in Cambodia where tigers, leopards, elephants, deer, and rare birds roamed freely, ...
Cambodian officials received intensive spatial planning training for the Eastern Plains Landscape
In order to achieve the most sustainable outcomes of our projects in the Eastern Plains Landscape ...
WWF convened Tiger Expert Committee to advance Cambodia’s tiger reintroduction plan
In an affirmation of the Cambodian government’s commitment to the Tx2 goal of doubling wild tigers ...
Visioning workshop for developing world class wildlife tourism in Mondulkiri province
What are viable future goals? What would success look like? What can be learned from measures that ...
Eastern Plains Landscape welcomed colleagues from offices worldwide to enhance knowledge and exchange experiences
Implementation of patrols, law enforcement, and conservation projects in the Eastern Plains ...
Law enforcement highlights in the Mekong Flooded Forest Landscape
There are still only around 80 Irrawaddy river dolphins in the Mekong River and human-induced ...
Awareness outreach brought community members together to protect Mekong dolphins
To protect the Mekong Irrawaddy dolphins from extinction, WWF-Cambodia has been working hard to ...
First WWF-Cambodia Vulture Day saw 200 students standing up for endangered species
September 2nd 2017 was WWF-Cambodia’s first time to hold International Vulture Awareness Day
WWF-Cambodia and NGOs partners successfully launched phase 2 of innovative community-based project to protect country’s natural resources
The outcomes are, firstly, securing and exercising rights to natural resources; secondly
Cambodian Prime Minister Endorsed Tiger Reintroduction Plans
It has been 10 years since a camera trap’s photo gave last evidence of a wild tiger in Cambodia’s ...