We do not work alone. Over the years we have worked with global, national and local partners; many of whom are still with us today. Today, our work in palm oil has been shaped by our direct partnerships within the palm oil value chain (from global consumer goods companies, large agro-business processors of palm oils, palm oil mills to traders supplying crop). Our work is being recognised globally, and we are equally proud that we can garner the confidence of a number of of global organisations (e.g., the German alliance for sustainable palm oil, FONAP).
Today marks a new milestone. We are proud to be welcomed as a new member of an innovative collective, Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN).
“We are delighted with the incorporation of Wild Asia. It is vital for strengthening our work in the South-East Asia region, but more importantly, it is an example of a work with vision and a significant impact. This new SAN member adds great value to the network by bringing knowledge and experience that help us fulfill our mission,” said José Joaquín Campos, the SAN’s Executive Director.
SAN is an international network of NGOs focused on helping companies, producers and donors to move forward with their sustainability agenda in a practical and efficient way. We can be a powerful and effective ally to achieve and monitor goals, to transform agricultural practices and to create value on the ground.
“I am really pleased that the SAN Board Members has welcomed us into this rather unique family. For many years, we have been focused on our work in Malaysia; learning how to make sustainable development work from the ground-up. We always knew we need to build our network and knew there were others like us. SAN is just that family of like-minded people. By harnessing the collective lessons, experiences and skills, I know we can do more. Exciting times …!” said Dr Reza Azmi, Wild Asia’s Executive Director.
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