Malaysia’s Tropical Rainforest Gets Fujitsu Restoration Support

Fujitsu, Asia’s leading ICT solutions and services provider, today shares on its 10th “Fujitsu Tropical Rainforest Regeneration Project” (‘FTRR Project’) to restore the lush of tropical rainforests in Borneo.

Launched in 2002, the FTRR project is a voluntary activity which to revitalize 150 hectares of Fujitsu’s Malaysia Eco-Forest Park located at Kinarut, Sabah on the Borneo Island, with the assistance of Sabah Forestry Development Authority (‘SAFODA’) and the Japan International Forestry Promotion and Corporation Center (‘JIFC’).

Malaysian forests have been decimated by slash-burn agriculture, commercial deforestation and palm-oil plantations, therefore restoring the forest has become an urgent concern.

(L-R) Fujitsu Malaysia (FMS) & Fujitsu Component (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd.(FCM),Samri Bin Anin (FCM),Michele Lum (FMS),Zuliyana binti Zakaria (FMS),Mariah Suleiman (FCM),Noor Azah Mohd Ali (FCM),Said Dasuki (FCM),Saravana Kumar A/L Paramasivam (FMS),R.Jeeva Raman A/L K.Raman (FMS)

Michele Lum, Marketing Director of Fujitsu Malaysia says, “SAFODA has been trying to recover the original forest with the support of JIFC for the development of tree-planting technologies and the training of technicians.”

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