PRCF is a US-based non-profit organization that promotes conservation, protection, and wise use of natural resources with sound socioeconomic development. They work with rural people to protect their natural environment, particularly with communities living within landscapes containing protected areas, remnant forests, and degraded lands and grasslands. PRCF has a special interest in gibbon conservation, with three programs currently underway in Southeast Asia.
Located in the Santa Clarita valley of Southern California, the Gibbon Conservation center is focused on the study of gibbons from Southeast Asia. Currently home to more than 40 gibbons including 5 of the 17 existing species of gibbons, living in family groups, visitors are given the opportunity to observe family-oriented behavioral patterns, infant care and development.
The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species is widely recognised as the most comprehensive, objective global approach for evaluating the conservation status of plant and animal species. Since it began the IUCN Red List has grown in size and now plays an increasingly prominent role in guiding conservation activities of governments, NGOs and scientific institutions.
Founded in 2002 SCW uses teaching programs, study tours, presentations, books, videos and environmental awareness campaigns to educate all levels of Cambodian society with a focus on youth. SCW’s mission is to protect and conserve the natural resources and wildlife habitats found in Cambodia.
The Sanctuary is located in the Kulen-Premtep Wildlife Sanctuary in the provinces of Preah Vihear, Siem Reap and Odor Mean Chey in Cambodia. It covers approximately one million acres for future generation to see and enjoy. The Cambodian Wildlife Sanctuary work closely with the Cambodian government to help keep this sanctuary a safe area for people to enjoy.
Located near the famous temples of Angkor Wat, is the first nature conservation centre in Cambodia. The ACCB aims to promote the rescue, rehabilitation and release (where possible) of threatened Cambodian wildlife. In addition the ACCB serves as an education and training centre for communities, wildlife officials and visitors to the centre in order to increase awareness and build capacity for conservation and environmental protection promoting the sustainable use of natural resources.