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Take a peak behind the scenes
Discover Myanmar’s incredible nature
Find out why we care, and why you should too
FROM THE FIELD
UK AMBASSADOR TO BURMA DANIEL CHUGG IS A RANGER FOR A DAY
"Rangers are vital to the future of Myanmar", said British Ambassador to Burma H.E Daniel Chugg, who we work closely with on illegal wildlife trade issues. We went with him to one of our ranger camps to see first-hand what rangers do. Watch our video to experience what it's like to be a Myanmar ranger.
PRODUCING SUSTAINABLE RUBBER IN MYANMAR
In 2018, we took the world's leading tyre companies to Myanmar's rubber-producing region: Tanintharyi. Myanmar can become a leader in sustainable, natural rubber and this can be a great source of income for local communities. Watch our video to see how tyre companies can support and benefit from Myanmar's natural, sustainable rubber.
BAMBOO: CONSERVING FORESTS AND BUILDING HOMES
The villagers are in training; learning the basic skills of bamboo construction. Today they have left their daily work tending betelnut, rubber and fruit plantations to gather in Kyaik Phee Lan and learn this new skill.
FROM FARMER TO FOREST MANAGER
Cardamom seeds grow best at a 50-degree angle. The slope isn’t much of a problem for Saw Demo, but it’s the rainy season and the visiting WWF staff aren’t quite as nimble on the slippery terrain.
BEHIND THE SCENES: LIFE IN MYANMAR'S ISOLATED CAPITAL CITY
Naypyidaw is 4.5 times the size of London but has only a fraction of its population. It is surrounded by jungle, and its roads are usually empty. In 2018 Hanna Helsingen, WWF-Myanmar's Green Economy Programme manager, moved to this bizarre and intriguing capital city to be at the heart of the country's policy action. She shares her insights and experiences.
GROWING GREEN GOLD
On 19th September a young man appears at the grand entrance of the city’s oldest university. In this urban environment, wearing smart trousers and a crisp long-sleeved white top, he is unrecognisable as Saw Demo, a village leader. Saw has made the 13-hour journey through the night to arrive in time for this year’s World Bamboo Day event.
AUNG LA IS FIGHTING WILDLIFE CRIME
We are proud to announce that Aung La Nsang, Myanmar's most famous international athlete, is WWF-Myanmar new Ambassador Fighting Wildlife Crime.
"THE BREATH OF THE EARTH": OUR VOICES FOR WILDLIFE MUSIC VIDEO
The music video for ကမ္ဘာအသက်ရှူသံ (The Breath of the Earth), featuring some of Myanmar most famous singers and composed by acclaimed Myanmar music composer and producer Lin Htet for Voices for Wildlife, our campaign against illegal wildlife trade in Myanmar. Watch and share with #EndWildlifeCrime