Help us support the Eco-Schools in excelling in various aspects of sustainability, from recycling, waste reduction to educating the wider community and everything in between.

Enjoy watching a short animation on Eco-Schools Programme below.

WWF-Malaysia is the National Operator of Eco-Schools Programme (ESP) in Malaysia. ESP aims to educate and empower students to adopt sustainable lifestyles within their school community and beyond, and to position the students as eco-ambassadors for the next generation.

Thanks to the continuous support from donors like you, Eco-Schools Programme over the years have raised many environmentally conscious young adults, teachers and community. Be inspired by these testimonials.

Nojuel, student of SMK St Michael, Sandakan

“Eco-Schools Program proved that age is truly just a number when it comes to taking actions to make the world a better place” said Nojuel, a 16 year old student. Nojuel has been contributing to various environmental events and workshops in his school with the recent initiative being the Go Green Pot. This interesting project involves making biodegradable pots from discarded materials like rice husks, blended eggshells, old newspapers and rice glue for their school compound and fundraising purposes.

Encik Shamsul Mutaza, teacher of Sekolah Sri Bestari Kuala Lumpur

 “My interest on the ESP began in 2012 when I attended a camp. I brought the idea back to my school and how time flies; it has been 5 years since we adopted the initiative,” said Shamsul Mutaza. Sekolah Sri Bestari is one of the top performing Eco-Schools in Malaysia and has been awarded with the Green Flag award for many of its green practices.

Elizabeth, headmistress of Sekolah Kebangsaan Lok Yuk Inanam, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

I can see positive change in teachers, students and the local community’s attitude since we adopted the ESP. Even the school canteen has refrained from using Styrofoam and plastic bags now,” said Elizabeth. The school has transferred their knowledge gained through ESP into action by collecting rainwater for washing and watering purposes, upcycling plastic bottles into flower pots for hydroponic planting, engaging nearby villagers for river clean-up and the list continues.

By donating to our Eco-Schools programme today, you will help WWF-Malaysia in the following ways:-

  • Introducing Eco-Schools Programme to students and teachers as a tool to reduce carbon footprint;
  • Developing new and relevant resources, materials and activities to guide schools to take action;
  • Organising the annual International Eco-Schools Malaysia Conference as a platform for Eco-Schools students to gain knowledge and exchange ideas on green initiatives and community projects; and
  • Reaching out to more schools and partners in the country; therefore spreading the knowledge and importance of sustainable living to younger generations.