LEAP has worked successfully since 2004 to increase transparency, build local conservation capacity, develop effective and inclusive conservation partnerships to protect and restore Sabah’s remaining forests and wildlife populations. The results of their work include community-based conservation initiatives, restoration of heavily degraded lowland forests, and even the establishment of a biobank to finance long-term restoration of 34,000 hectares of Orang Utan habitat.

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