| Hamidah Ismail |
1STOPBRUNEI Wildlife was recently invited to a sharing session at Sultan Saiful Rijal Technical College (MTSSR) where the club’s founder, Muhammad Shavez, shared some valuable information on the wildlife and landscapes found in Brunei.
The club also hoped that the session instilled amongst students a sense of love and care towards the environment, and for the MTSSR Nature Club to be formed.
Being a non-profit organisation, 1stopbrunei Wildlife is in need of constant financial support to conduct activities.
Therefore, individuals who wish to show their support can purchase the 1stopbrunei Wildlife T-shirts from XOIA, a local start-up located at Unit BRS 36 on the 3rd floor of The Mall in Gadong, the proceeds of which will be used to fund the club’s activities.
The British High Commission in Brunei Darussalam recently sponsored an educational programme to create more awareness on Brunei’s animals and forests.
With the British High Commission’s support, the club will be able to conduct talks at four more schools before December.