Wednesday, 24 May 2017

SCW History

Save Cambodia's Wildlife (SCW) was established and registered with the Ministry of Interior in July 29, 2002. SCW was initially based in Takeo Province and activities in the first few years included the provision of technical support to Phnom Tamao Rescue Centre, and increasing environmental awareness both within the wildlife rescue centre and with the general public. Back then and up to the present, SCW uses teaching programs, study tours, book publications, videos, presentations and environmental awareness campaigns to educate all levels of society, particularly focusing on youth, children and rural villagers.


SCW has been working directly on the protection of over 38,400 hectare of forest over the last 15 years. That’s 52,000 soccer fields!

In total, these efforts contributed to the conservation of more than 510,700 hectare of forest and wildlife habitat. That’s over 690,000 soccer fields!

SCW trained over 30,500 people on Natural Resource Management in the last 3 years.



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