Wild Asia, agents for change


In an oil palm field, a healthy ground cover protects and nourishes the soil, which results in healthy trees and better crops.

Offering free technical advice and training, KL-based social enterprise Wild Asia sets about to promote the growth and use of sustainable oil palm in Sabah’s Kg Toniting.

WHEN it comes to oil palm cultivation, Sugumaran Maniam is a veteran of sorts. His five-hectare plot in Sabah’s Kg Toniting has been churning out average yields for nearly two decades. Coupled with his wife’s income from a full-time administrative job, the smallholder’s earnings provide comfortably for his family of three.

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