Upcoming Activities for September and October 2017

As with the earlier years, with the completion of the UPSR (primary 6 school examinations), local schools are signing up for our environmental programmes. The following are the upcoming activties:

Date : 25th September 2017    School: SMK Kg Raja

Activity : Community Stream Investigation CSI  No of Pax: 32

Date: 26th September 2017 ; SK Convent ; CSI  : 39 pax

Date: 28th September 2017; SK Ringlet ; CSI; 20 pax

Date: 3rd October 2017 ; SK Convent ; Reforestation in Batu Gangan

Date: 10th October 2017 ; SJKC Bertam Valley ; Reforestation in Batu Gangan

Date: 11th October 2017; SJKC Bertam Valley ; CSI

We love to have volunteers for these programmes. Please contact us if you can lend a helping hand on those days



Signing the Letter of Intent with Universiti Malaysia Kelantan

Following previous year’s discussion with Universiti Malaysia Kelantan UMK, a letter of intent was signed with them on the 31st of March 2017 at the biodiversity site in Gunung Brinchang.

UMK was represented by (above picture from left to right)  Dr Kamarul Ariffin bin Kambali, Dr Nazahatul Anis Amaludin, Dr Radhiah Zakaria, Cik Nivaarani Arumugam, Assoc. Prof Dr Aweng Eh Rak, Dr Jayaraj Vijaya Kumaran,Dr Suganthi Appalasamy, Dr Norrimi Rosaida Awang, En Roodhran Amirtham, Madam Aaina Syazwani bin Mohamad Amir Hamzah.

while REACH was represented by Encik Ramakrishnan Ramasamy, Puan Hazlinda, Mr Wong Seng Yee , Encik Uthaya Kumar and Encik Khairil.

In the Letter of Intent, it is stated that both parties shall cooperate in the field of research and conservation as well as field data sharing related to but not limited to research and development and other forms of academic/social collaboration and sharing of resources, facilities, knowledge and skills at the respective institutions for the purpose of research and conservation.

REACH receives grant from National River Care Fund for CSI Community Stream Investigation Programme

Reach is pleased to announce that we have successfully received a grant from the National River Care Fund for our CSI programme. The National River Care Fund is a small grant programme established by GEC Global Environment Centre to support local community groups/ community based organisation to pursue their own river conservation initiatives.

The other recipients of this fund include:

1. Persatuan Pelajar Fakulti Pengajian Alam Sekitar Universiti Putra Malaysia with Project Title :Water of Life @ Serdang

2.Aquatic Science Student Association, UCSI University with Project Title: Orang Asli River Hydrophonic System

3. Jawatankuasa Kemajuan Kampung Batu 16 Dusun Tua with Project Title: Love Our Rivers Campaign

4. Federasi Kolektif DIY Ampang with Project Title : Ulu Yam River Rehabilitation

5,Pertubuhan Gagasan Prihatin Semenyih with Project Title: Semenyih River Pollution Monitoring

We would like to thank Miss Melody Woon for heading this project.