WWF-Thailand
WWF-Thailand
Water Pan
An ongoing activity which covers an area of more than 630 acre and aims to expand to 1,200 acre which will cost a lot more and awaiting for your continuously support.

Water Pan

Making a water pan is one of the wildlife habitat improvement activities of WWF-Thailand in Kui Buri National Park collaborated with wildlife conservation network, government agencies, private sectors, and local communities with the objective of making an abundant forest by creating and maintaining water sources for elephants and other wildlife.

This is an ongoing activity which covers an area of more than 630 acre and aims to expand to 1,200 acre which will cost a lot more and awaiting for your continuously support.

Please join us in making change not only to Kui Buri but also to the world

by making donation to support us to be able to carry on those activities to maintain the ecosystem

which is the same system that humans must rely on.

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