• Borneo Conservation Trust (BCT), a Sabah State Government mandated Non-Governmental Organization established in 2006, aims to connect these fragmented ecosystems of protected areas both for fauna and flora biodiversity conservation in Sabah.
Connecting isolated protected areas is the primary BCT objective but other objectives are:-To acquire lands that are important for biodiversity conservation; especially, connecting protected areas and providing migration route for wildlife -To bridge all stakeholders from producers and consumers -To provide a platform for conservation-oriented organizations and people to work together for biodiversity conservation.
Activities include:-Bridging stakeholders: governments, NGOs, corporations, education programs and the public -Acquiring land titles for biodiversity conservation -Rehabilitating acquired forests -Establishing Orangutan & monkey bridges.
• Habitat utilization study of the Bornean elephant using Satellite Telemetry in order to identify suitable management measures as to reduce human and elephant conflict in Lower Segama Forest (Tabin Wildlife Reserve) and to support the justification to establish key ecological corridors. – Funding needed
• Elephant Rescue
• Land Acquistion
• Studying and designing the tree planting options in Lower Kinabatangan as to be able to coping with the extreme weather (drought and flood) due to the effect of climate change – Ongoing funding need through BWP Borneo Wildlife Preservation


Augustine Tugga

Directeur Sabah Wildlife Department

Datuk Dr. Laurentius Ambu, Phd Fcam

Ancien directeur du Sabah Wildlife Department, secrétaire honoraire et président par intérim, Borneo Conservation Trust

Josephine Maluda

Administrateur et directeur financier Borneo Conservation Trust

Jimmy Omar

Coordonnateur de l'éducation environnementale, Borneo Conservation Trust

501 (c)(3) Public Charity

Borneo Wildlife Preservation