News and Stories
Progress Report Jan 2016 - No reports of dolphin mortality for two months in MFF, Cambodia
There have been no reports of dolphin mortality for two months, since WWF-Cambodia implemented the ...
WWF-Cambodia event to support the work of the River Guards from Kratie and Stung treng provinces and Equipment Handover
On Thursday 28th January 2016, more than 50 people from Kratie and Stung treng provinces, as well ...
Nearly 1000 people turn out for the Mondulkiri Wildlife and Us Celebration: a huge success for the local people and the local wildlife!
On Thursday 17th December, WWF-Cambodia held an event called “Mondulkiri Wildlife and Us” which ...
Over 200 people gather for a boat march to stop Don Sahong Dam: the voice of impacted communities needs to be heard!
On Friday 11th December, over 200 people from across Cambodia gathered in Preah Rumkel commune, at ...
More than 400 people gather to protect the last 80 Mekong Dolphins on Freshwater Dolphin Day
On the occasion of the International Freshwater Dolphin Day, WWF-Cambodia and the Fisheries ...
On Global Tiger Day, WWF Calls for Tigers to Return to Cambodia
On Global Tiger Day, WWF-Cambodia highlights the Cambodian government's plan to reintroduce tigers ...
Cambodia Border Crossing and Road Threaten One of Asia’s Last Great Wilderness Areas
Some of the world’s most endangered species will be driven closer to extinction if a new border ...
The Riverguard Who Protects the Dolphins
Conservation and livelihoods: an essential link
Understanding this critical link between livelihoods and the environment, the Cambodian Rural ...
Improving livelihoods through community-based tourism
Mrs. Savry belongs to a group of nine home stay owners on the island of Koh Pdao, located in Kratie ...