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Malaysia
Biodiversity
50,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/02
Unsustainable tourism is damaging marine and terrestrial ecosystems around the Mantanani islands. Growth in the number of tourists visiting the islands is uncontrolled; divers and snorkelers are poorly supervised; and waste management is inadequate ( ... )
Malaysia
Land Degradation
10,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/LD/2020/04
This project is located at Kampung Air Banun consisting of the Jahai tribe from 22 resettlement areas in remote Belum-Temenggor rain forest complex in Perak Sate. The focal project is in Kampung Air Banun in specific, roughly 3 kilometres away from ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
37,600.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2019/10
This project serves as an intervention and proactive measure to ensure that impact of river-based tourism activities to the wildlife is minimal while at the same time providing the best experience to guests. In turn, local community will continue to ( ... )
Malaysia
Climate Change Mitigation
49,975.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/CORE/YCC/2020/10
This project addresses the need for a platform for youths to become future change-makers and leaders in tackling issues of climate change, empowering them to take collective action towards positive change and engage with marine and coastal ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
50,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/21
Batang Padang, Perak is a hotspot of pangolin poaching. Due to illegal hunting of pangolins, the number of pangolins is diminishing in Batang Padang. Lacking these termites-eating pangolins in the forest, termite mounts have been seen increasing in ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
31,650.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/11
The agriculture sector is one of the major contributors to the economy and livelihood of the people. At the same time agriculture practices impact the conservation of biodiversity and increase pressure on soil degradation and climate change. Various ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
37,500.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/03
The objective of the project is to promote and provide capacity building for integrated natural farming, especially among women. The objective will be achieved through the design and operation of integrated natural farms at two locations, in Wakaf ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
24,969.00
Project Number:   MAL/ICCA-GSI/2019/03
Melalui projek yang telah dicadangkan,masyarakat SemoqBeri dapat mempertahankan hutan mereka dengan mengekalkan atau menambahbaikkan ekosistem flora dan fauna yang terdapat di hutan tersebut.Selain itu,mereka juga dapat menggunakan pengetahuan ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
40,996.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/16
The “Kampung Sukau Wildlife and Elephant Trails Virtual Tours” project, in short Sukau Virtual Tours, based at Kampung Sukau, Kinabatangan, Sabah, aims to develop; i. Social entrepreneurship opportunity for underemployed youth based on virtual ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
29,910.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/23
Friends of Bukit Kiara (FoBK) serves as a community action group which aims to: a. Advocate the environmental, conservation and biodiversity value of Bukit Kiara; b. Protect and safeguard Bukit Kiara as a green lung and national asset via ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
40,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/19
Northern Manjung have many important biodiversity spots including turtle landing site, highly biodiverse coastal hill forest, important national and state tourism site, and pristine mangrove forest which important for the local fisherman catchment. ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
42,800.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/22
With less than 1,500 individuals left in the wild in Sabah, Bornean elephants (Elephas maximus borneesis) are under severe threat (currently listed as Endangered, IUCN Red List). Because of forest exploitation and conversion to other land-uses ( ... )
Malaysia
Climate Change Mitigation
50,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/CORE/YCC/2019/12
The objectives are to bring the voice of youths, especially those who are working tirelessly on tackling environmental issues in Malaysia, to the public eye and also draw the right attention from policy-makers and changemakers to take relevant ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
30,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/12
The Kuching Division contains a diverse number of landscapes from urban to agricultural to beach, peat and montane forests. The Bidayuh villages here continue to maintain their traditional livelihoods that include complex management of a diverse ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
25,615.00
Project Number:   MAL/ICCA-GSI/2019/02
Kawasan Bundu merangkumi Kg. Tiga, Kg. Bundu (Kg. Naukab, Kg. Tuad dan Kg. Batu 10), Kg. Rantai (termasuk Kg. Motomou) dan Kg. Donggiluang yang terletak di persempadanan antara Daerah Keningau dan Daerah Tambunan. Kawasan Bundu ini terletak di ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
50,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/18
Penang’s long coastline has provided important ecosystem services, food sources and livelihood for the community, especially the inshore fishermen which have been around for many generations. However, the rapidly urbanised state has somehow turned ( ... )
Malaysia
Climate Change Mitigation
27,508.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/CC/2020/07
Increase the resilience of community in Mabul Island towards climate change impact which include research on suitable technology for water treatment to overcome water shortage issues on the island. The project also aims to provide knowledge and ( ... )
Malaysia
Chemicals
25,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/CH/2020/14
Pulau Omadal is home to a Bajau community of around 1500 individuals. However, there is currently neither reliable water supply nor any form of waste management. Residents collect rainwater when possible and supplement this with water bought from ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
50,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2019/11
The Bukit Cherakah forest patch is not fully protected and existing development plans threaten to further forest loss and fragmentation that will lead to a decline in biodiversity as well as a loss of a recreation site used by the local community ( ... )
Malaysia
Biodiversity
50,000.00
Project Number:   MAL/SGP/OP6/Y5/STAR/BD/2020/06
The Penan village of Long Jaik, Ulu Belaga is surrounded by degraded forests and massive monocrop plantations of oil palm and acacia mangium. A community that once lived symbiotically with their forests; who sourced all their food and material needs ( ... )
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