Environment Protection Fund

Grant 2007 – Pang Soong Nature Trail, Chiengmai, Thailand

admin : January 3, 2007 8:29 am : Environtment Protection Fund, Projects
ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailTo ensure a sustainable development and growth for the villagers of Pang Soong, Track of the Tiger is awarded with the PATA Foundation grant to develop the trails, as well as a plant nursery in the woods around the village. Under a 10-year agreement with the local community, Track of the Tiger will source funding « more »
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Grant 2006 – SOS Rhino Community Outreach Programme, Sabah Malaysia

admin : January 3, 2006 8:17 am : Environtment Protection Fund, Projects
ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailSOS Rhino is a non-profit foundation dedicated to preserving the five rhinoceros species in their natural habitats.  Through diverse stakeholder support, its programmes directly build on the capacity of countries to conserve by raising local awareness and promoting protection of habitat and animals.  The primary goal of SOS Rhino is to build sustainable conservation of « more »
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Grant 2005 – Buddha’s Birthplace Home to Crane Sanctuary, Nepal

admin : January 3, 2005 8:37 am : Environtment Protection Fund, Projects
ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailA PATA Foundation grant will enable the restoration of a crane sanctuary in Lumbini Garden, a world heritage site in western Nepal and the birthplace of Prince Siddartha (Lord Buddha).  The Lumbini Crane Sanctuary will provide a natural habitat for several threatened species of bird, including the Sarus crane, Eurasian eagle owl, gray hornbill, large « more »
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Grant 2005 – Mangrove Forest Converts to Eco-Museum, Palawan, Philippines

admin : January 3, 2005 8:36 am : Environtment Protection Fund, Projects
ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestemailAn innovative concept to convert a mangrove forest in Lipuun Point, Palawan, the Philippines into a living “eco-museum” is the recipient of the fourth PATA Foundation grant for 2005.  The mangroves are part of the Tabon Caves Development Project, which is primarily a cultural tourism and archaeological destination owned and managed by the National Museum.  « more »
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