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Another Step in the Creation of the Wildlife Corridor

Saraya and the Borneo Conservation Trust Japan handed 230 acres of land back to the Sabah government for the conservation of wildlife.

Saraya made the news in Malaysia this week with the handing of 230 acres (93 hectares), together with the Borneo Conservation Trust (BCT) Japan to the Sabah government.

With Deputy Chief Minister cum Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Christina Liew present in the event, these acres will be included to the Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary, a very important wildlife conservation area, rich in wildlife including species such as the orangutan, elephants or the proboscis monkey. Furthermore, Saraya is contributing to the building, upgrading and operation of the Borneo Elephant Sanctuary, elephant rescue operations and proving food for nine rescued elephants.

Saraya actively supports the Borneo Conservation trust and over the years we have helped in acquiring land for the conservation of wildlife. We will keep this collaboration in order to complete the Green Corridor Project and save the Borneo forest and its biodiversity from extinction.

What the news says:

Daily Express - Boost for the wildlife corridor

Daily Express - Wildlife corridor needs 800 acres more

Malay Mail - Sabah chief minister vows to get tough on elephant killers

New Straits Times - Japan-based firm, NGO hand over Lower Kinabatangan land state govt for conservation