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26 Jun 2018 - (MOU) BETWEEN THE STATE GOVERNMENT OF SARAWAK AND COPENHAGEN ZOO, DENMARK

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MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) BETWEEN THE STATE GOVERNMENT OF SARAWAK AND COPENHAGEN ZOO, DENMARK (Collaberation In The  Conservation and Management of Wildlife and Protected Areas)

KUCHING; 26 JUNE 2018 (TUESDAY): The Sarawak State Government, represented by Forest Department Sarawak, and Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark, have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) concerning the collaboration in the conservation and management of wildlife and protected areas. Founded in 1859, Copenhagen Zoo is one of Europe’s oldest zoos and is Denmark’s largest with the most extensive in-situ and ex-situ conservation initiatives across the World, including Brazil, South Africa, China, Greenland and South East Asia. Being active in Malaysia since 1998, the MOU with Sarawak State Government is a natural evolution of this engagement.

Considering the Sarawak State Government and Copenhagen Zoo have a common interest in the promotion of biodiversity conservation, management and protection, the parties have signed an MOU with the aim of conserving,protecting and managing Sarawak’s biodiversity and protected areas. Drawing on  Forest Department Sarawak extensive local network, existing conservation projects and initiatives combined with Copenhagen Zoo’s extensive international network and experience in working with research and management of biodiversity in a variety of habitats, the MOU intends to engage in capacity building and transfer of know how and technology relevant to these subjects.

A Joint Committee will be establish which responsible for identifying, planning and overseeing the implementation of research and conservation activities. Copenhagen Zoo will provide expert services, technical assistance, funding support and transfer of technical knowledge where appropriate, to assist the Forest Department Sarawak in their initiatives to develop, implement and evaluate projects for the conservation and protection of wildlife and protected areas in Sarawak. This includes capacity building included in, but not limited to, the fields of wildlife research,conservation planning, population modelling, ex-situ management and wildlife forensics.

The MOU will run for 10 years, with annual progress reviews and with scope to expand the collaboration to include relevant themes as seen fit by the parties. (click here for more picture)

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