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Corporate Programs & Partners

Lang Sen Wetland Reforestation

 
	© Nguyen Ngoc Linh / Intel
Planting indigious wetland trees in the Lang Sen Nature Reserve
© Nguyen Ngoc Linh / Intel
Recent rapid changes in climatic factors like temperature and rainfalls, as well as the hydrological regimes of the Mekong River, have led to serious degradation in Lang Sen Wetland's forests.  WWF partners with Intel Vietnam in a project to restore the degraded forests, providing habitat for wildlife and ensuring livelihoods for the local community members, whose lives depend on the area’s ecosystem.

NATIONAL ELEPHANT CONSERVATION INITIATIVE

The International Investment Bank (IIB) logo 
	© The International Investment Bank
© The International Investment Bank
With an initiative funded by the International Investment Bank (IIB), WWF is supporting Vietnam in conserving Asian elephants in the wild. The initiative aims to: (1) Increase the capacity of relevant authorities to manage human - elephant conflicts, and (2) Increase Vietnamese public and corporate engagement for Asian elephant conservation.

Saola protection in Quang Nam & Hue

 
	© HSBC
© HSBC
A Critically Endangered species, Saola is far more threatened than many other large mammals in Asia. The on-going WWF's Carbon and Biodiversity (CarBi) Project, partly supported by HSBC Bank (Vietnam) Ltd., is enhacing the species protection by strengthening patrolling and snare removing in protected areas, with a Forest Guard model that engages and employs local community in conservation.

Wetland Conservation in Tram Chim

 
	© The Coca Cola Company
© The Coca Cola Company
Partnered with Coca Cola, who especially cares for the conservation of clean water in nature, WWF embarks on the project of conserving the wetlands in Tram Chim National Park in Mekong Delta.

Establishing sustainable pangasius supply chain

 
	© ASC
© ASC
Recent efforts on establishing a sustainable pangasius supply chain in Vietnam have been transforming the pangasisus industry in Mekong Delta, resulting in not only higher production quality but also expansion of export markets.

Mangrove Reforestation in Thua Thien Hue

 
	© AP
© AP
Through a 2-year project, the Microsoft – WWF-Vietnam partnership has brought positive changes to nature and people’s livelihoods in coastal lagoon areas in Thua Thien Hue. With more than 23,000 mangrove trees planted and 400 households trained and adopting eco-aquaculture practice, people in the area now have more stable harvests, incomes, and safety.