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Lower Kinabatangan & Segama Wetlands Programme
Upon invitation and mandate to increase collaborative processes among indigenous peoples and government agencies in protected areas, LEAP began convening open space processes in 2015 at the heart of the Lower Kinabatangan and Segama Wetlands, Malaysia’s largest coastal mangrove ecosystem and renowned as a Ramsar site with international importance.
This process culminated into ‘The Lower Kinabatangan Segama Wetlands Programme’, a partnership between eight resident communities, the Sabah Forestry Department and Forever Sabah to conserve this critical ecosystem while sustaining livelihoods and uphold bio-cultural diversity.
More info at Lower Kinabatangan Segama Wetlands.
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