Small Producers in Sabah Get a Boost


Small producers in Sabah get a boost as Wild Asia reaches some major milestones. Our RSPO certified farmers in Toniting Village  got a special bonus this Easter when we successfully disbursed the funds raised through the sales of RSPO Green Palm Certificates. We would like to specifically thank Johnson & Johnson for not only the financial support but also for believing in our vision for small producers.


WAGS signs MOU with Wilmar

An important agreement was inked this month with one of the largest palm oil agribusiness, Wilmar International. This agreement will see us developing joint programmes to support small producers across the Wilmar supply chain. To kick start this effort, we will be focused in Beluran to scale-up the reach of our programme to more small producers in the region. Watch this space for more news on this.


WAGS initiates “pilot group” of small growers in Tawau

With the support of HSBC Malaysia, Wild Asia has successfully completed an introductory rounds of some of the most influential local business leaders in the Tawau region. This included a series of engagements with small producers from the local community. Wild Asia will be continuing our support for a pilot group of producers to test the evolving RSPO Group rules for this size of producers. This has not been done anywhere in the world as yet.


Wild Asia’s Group Scheme for Small Producers is a unique initiative in the palm sector to support small producers to meet the expectations of the global community. With pilot groups in Malaysia, the scheme is currently expanding its models to cover larger small producers in Sabah and exploring opportunities to extend our reach to new palm producing countries. Learn more about our work with small producers here.

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