In the last 6 years, the initial price sold from collector has increased by 500%.
(picture of collector selling the honey)
Income of over 700 collectors’ families increased by 20%
(picture of smiling collector)
3% of revenue sale from Khmum Prey is contributed to the forest management cost of over 50,153 forest area. (picture of people patrolling the forest)
As a social enterprise, NatureWild strives for three bottom-line:
planet and profit. People: 67% of Cambodians still depend on forests for their subsistence and livelihood. And 42 % are living in poverty.
Forests are seen as a resource for poverty alleviation and national economic development through in demonstrating that NTFPs and enterprise development to promoting conservation.
A sustainable enterprise that reinvests back into the business and more sustainable livelihoods of people.