Blog2024-03-28T05:46:43-04:00

Celebrating a New Generation: The Ongoing Success of the Re-Wilding project at Angkor Wat

In the lush expanses of the Angkor forest, a remarkable story of wildlife conservation and sustainable habitat restoration continues to unfold with great success. We are thrilled to announce the arrival of the third generation of gibbons as part of our re-wilding project in cooperation with the Apsara Authority and Forestry Administration, an initiative that has seen the flourishing of these [...]

Our scholar students have successfully secured internships at the US Embassy in Cambodia

Thanks to The Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project, young students in rural communities have the opportunity to pursue higher education through scholarships. Hem Sunheng and Chom Tong, both from the rural village of Chi Phat, Thmar Bang District, Koh Kong Province, and Meng Minea from Sovanna Baitong village, Kandaol Commune, Botum Sakor District, Koh Kong Province, have been chosen for internships at [...]

Phnom Tamao Chamroeun’s second home!

Initially, the community attempted to get Chamroeun to leave the area by scaring her off with loud noises, flashing lights, and fire. They even tried to hurt her, hoping she would understand and go, but none of these methods worked. Chamroeun, innocent and unaware of the community's concerns, was seeking sustenance. She couldn't fathom why she was being chased away. Realizing [...]

The Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project is focusing on supporting the Chorng Indigenous People

The Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project is putting into implementation its improved supporting plan for the Chorng indigenous communities with 3 different angles (1) recognition of indigenous communities (2) preservation of indigenous culture (3) recognition of indigenous land rights. Wildlife Alliance is working to first officially register five more villages as Chorng Indigenous Communities. This allows them to pursue communal land titling, [...]

Meet Chameroeun, the oldest Elephant at Phnom Tamao

Chamroeun is the oldest of our four elephants at Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center. She was born in the wild and lived with her herd in Ream National Park, a small national park bordering the coastline. When the tide was low, it exposed some rocky outcrops along the coastline containing vegetation. One day, Chamroeun decided to forage on one of these [...]

The Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project: Mr. Tith Ly’s story

Recently I had the chance to visit Chhay Areng village in Pralay Commune, Koh Kong province, a beautiful tourist attraction with its wide landscape, mountain tops, waterfalls and the clean fresh air hemmed in by nature. I stayed at one of the Community-Based Eco-Tourism (CBET) guesthouses enjoying the surroundings of early morning fog, breathing in the fresh air, walking on the [...]

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