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What you’re about to do can save our species from extinction Together Possible


Today Malaysia’s tigers are on the brink of extinction. Fewer than 200 tigers are now estimated to be left in the wild, with poaching being the greatest threat to their survival. 

Why should we protect the tiger? The tiger plays a key role in the health and balance of the ecosystem on which we also rely for sustainable natural resources. By protecting tigers, we are protecting much more than just a species. We are safeguarding the quality of our own lives, and the quality of the lives of our future generations.


Christopher is one of our tiger protectors who has been working to protect our Malayan tigers with WWF-Malaysia for more than 10 years. According to Christopher; “What began as a journey to learn more about the Malayan tiger and its prey turned out to be a constant battle against poachers to maintain and increase tiger numbers in the wild.”

WWF-Malaysia’s work includes researching, monitoring, patrolling and engaging with the community in Belum-Temengor Forest Complex. We are working to protect tigers at the frontline. We set up camera traps to monitor tiger population and detect poachers to give useful information to authorities for decision making.

But we can’t do it alone. Our tiger protectors like Christopher need more support to carry out the monitoring and patrolling activities. 


In 1950s, there were 3,000 Malayan tigers found roaming free in our forest. With less than 200 left today, we are running out of time.

By signing up with WWF-Malaysia, you will join the fight to turn things around for Malayan tigers. You’ll help better equip tiger protectors like Christopher. Your support will help strengthen community efforts in tiger landscapes, monitor and safeguard tiger habitats against poachers, and advocate for effective management of forests.

This is the time to act now for tigers. Please make a regular donation today to WWF Malaysia.

With only RM 2.50 a day,

you CAN make a difference for our Malayan tigers.


Together, we can help support the work of our tiger protectors! 


“Help save our Malayan tigers in the wild, 5 times more impacts than ever”

For more than 10 years, Christopher has been working to protect our Malayan tigers
Malaysia's tigers on the brink of extinction
Less than 200 tigers in Malaysia due to wildlife trafficking
Camera trap footage of remaining Malayan tigers in the wild

Established in 1972, WWF-Malaysia is part of WWF, the international conservation organization active in nearly 100 countries. Working to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, WWF-Malaysia’s efforts to conserve nature focus on six major goals – forests, oceans, wildlife, food, climate and energy, as well as freshwater – and three key drivers of environmental problems – markets, finance and governance.

Together, we are one WWF – working together to build a sustainable future. Our work extends across the globe – with many others from individuals and communities to business and government – WWF urgently seeks to protect and restore natural habitats, stop the mass extinction of wildlife, and make the way we produce and consume sustainable. We are part of a growing coalition calling on world leaders to set nature on the path to recovery by 2030 – a New Deal for Nature and People as comprehensive as the global climate deal.

Donations for WWF-Malaysia are tax-deductible

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