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One buffalo standing, one lying down.
Camera trap photo of buffalo helping to restore Kulen Promtep Wildlife Sanctuary.
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Pragmatic Protocols for Restoration of Ecosystem Processes in Cambodia’s Wild
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CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy

Restore wetlands in the Northern Plains and the inundation zone of Tonle Sap Lake by using free-ranging domestic buffalo and feral animals managed by local communities. By restoring and enhancing ecosystem function, stabilize or increase populations of globally threatened mammal and bird species. Develop protocols for ecosystem restoration that are pragmatic and could be applied at a large scale across Cambodia.

Strategic Direction: 6 Demonstrate scalable approaches for integrating biodiversity and ecosystem services into development planning in the priority corridors