We are able to provide Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) solutions for conservation and education challenges for corporations who want their CSR projects identified, managed, monitored and evaluated. APE matches the CSR goals to the needs of the sites and the stakeholders. This ensures their contributions is channelled in a sustainable way to conservation projects at existing and new projects sites with maximum effectiveness for all.
The relationships we have established at various sites through the commitment of our on-going projects allow APE the flexibility and knowledge to initiate new strategies for corporations and local partners in developing resourceful Corporate Responsibility programmes.
Discuss with us your corporate philosophy and aims of your team & corporation and we will work with you on developing a suitable programme embedded within our project sites. Here are a few projects that we have organized with local and international organizations:
CREATE is a forest restoration project that ,aims to build a resilient forest landscape. Funded by Kansas City Zoo, this project supports local community involvement by providing them with an income opportunity. The project currently employs 3 locals who form our tree-planting squad. They are responsible for planting trees and provide maintenance to secure a forest passageway for the wildlife in part of Lower Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary. The project is also supported by a few other zoos under The Association of Zoos & Aquarium (AZA), USA.
Hammock Amok is a wildlife welfare project which focuses on creating enrichment for rehabilitation or rescue centres. Through the partnership with Air Asia Foundation, we have been able to help centres in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos and Malaysia. Other than logistical support, this project also sees the involvement of Air Asia staff working together to make enrichment items for various animals.
APE Malaysia worked together with the Langur Project Penang to install the first urban habitat fire hose bridge in Malaysia in aid of dusky langurs and other wildlife friends who live and eat on both sides of a very busy road. The bridge reduced the risk of road-kill incident and make the area a safer place for both human and wildlife.
APE Malaysia aims to re-wild the fragmented forest and help to tackle the impacts of climate change. ROAR CO2 helps companies or groups work on carbon offsetting by planting trees on their behalf in the Lower Kinabatangan, Sabah. This encourages groups to participate indirectly in wildlife conservation. Most recently, the Good Travel planted 176 trees with us, offsetting 55 tons of carbon dioxide.