WILD by name, WILD by nature


Project description

Shinta Mani Wild occupies a pristine 865 along the river valley in southern border of Cardamom National Forest. In 2010 Sokoun Chanpreda and Bill Bensley bought the concession with a clear vision to preserve and protect it. The camp employs 120 people, 70% of them friom local community, this avoid their involvement in disgraceful activity as poaching or tree-cutting. In this are there is a high number of endangered species of animals and plants, including 54 animals already in the  IUCN Red List. It is a big effot preserve the forest and protect the inhabitants but  Shinta Mani, though its activity, pursues this goal with dedication.

This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda

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South East Asia / Cambodia / Sihanoukville

Wild by name, wild by nature ... Shinta Mani Wild occupies an unspoiled 865-acre river valley on the southern border of the Cardamomo National Forest. In 2010, Sokoun Chanpreda and Bill Bensley purchased the concession on which the camp is now stretc...

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