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Wild Tiger Conservation and the Inaugural Panda Ball

Dato' Dr Dionysius Sharma, World Wide Fund for Nature-Malaysia (WWF-Malaysia)

18-May-15 14:00

Wild Tiger Conservation and the Inaugural Panda Ball

Recent statistics have shown that we have lost up to 92% of our Malayan tigers in the last 60 years.

The World Wide Fund for Nature-Malaysia have long been working on wild tiger conservation, but are in need of funds to keep their good work going.

Dato' Dr Dionysius Sharma, the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of WWF-Malaysia, joins us to discuss WWF-Malaysia’s efforts in saving the tigers and to fill us in on the inaugural Panda Ball charity dinner, which is being held to raise funds in the name of wild tiger conservation.

You can find out more about the Panda Ball 2015 here.



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