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RM40K+ raised by BSKL student group to help save Malayan Tigers

A student-led initiative created last year at the British International School of Kuala Lumpur (BSKL) by Year 7 student Sasha Philip raised RM43,500 for conservation groups dedicated to saving the critically endangered Malayan tiger.

The funds were presented during a BSKL virtual school assembly today, 15 June, to three groups involved in conservation efforts: Jabatan Perhilitan Semenanjung Malaysia, the Malaysian Conservation Alliance for Tigers (MYCAT), and WWF-Malaysia.

Dignitaries from each group attended the assembly and presented to BSKL students about their organisations and how the donations would be used to help conservation efforts.

Sasha became interested in the Malayan tiger and wanted to do something to help raise awareness after a school research project on endangered animals.

“I couldn’t ignore the plight of the Malayan tiger. I wanted to do my part to save tigers, which happens to be my family’s favourite animal, from extinction. When we make the world a better place for tigers, we also make the world a better place for us,” Sasha said.

Encouraged by her parents and her teacher, she created a group called BSKL for Malayan Tigers to make a difference. The group worked with a core membership of 13 BSKL students dedicated to raising awareness and making change. They hosted a variety of activities, events, and fundraisers throughout the 2019/20 school year before the global pandemic interrupted in-person learning.


They created a student art competition to raise awareness and then turned the winning entries into a 2020 calendar which they printed and sold as a fundraiser. The calendar included a foreword written by YA Bhg Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Bt Mohd Ali, the wife of former Malaysian Prime Minister YA Bhg Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. They hosted a school assembly and worked with the primary school library team to educate BSKL students about the Malayan tiger. They even created the first BSKL Tiger Day in January 2020.

The group’s entrepreneurial spirit led them to develop a unique branding for BSKL for Malayan Tigers which they put on merchandise, like hats, t-shirts, metal straws, bags and more. They sold these items at the BSKL Christmas Bazaar and BSKL Tiger Day to students, parents and the community. Most of the funds raised were generated through the proceeds of these sales.

“Sasha’s work showcases her deep personal care and activism for the plight of the Malayan tiger and it has been incredible to support and develop her work. This is exactly the type of project that shows two of our school’s values in the most impactful way: ‘Be Ambitious’ and ‘Be kind’. We hope that Sasha’s leadership of BSKL for Malayan Tigers will have a significant impact in conserving this critically endangered animal,” BSKL Head of Primary Simon Sharp said.


Whilst the pandemic, and subsequent school closures, impacted their efforts to engage students during this school year, Sasha has high hopes for future activities led by the BSKL for Malayan Tigers group.

About Jabatan PERHILITAN Semenanjung Malaysia

The Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia (known as PERHILITAN) is a governmental organisation that responsible for the protection, management and preservation of wildlife and national parks in Peninsular Malaysia. The Department was established under the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 which consolidated all the state game departments in Peninsular Malaysia. The department is placed under the purview of the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (KeTSA)). For more information on wildlife conservation and Save Our Malayan Tiger Campaign, please log on to and


MYCAT is the alliance of the Malaysian Nature Society, TRAFFIC, Wildlife Conservation Society-Malaysia, Wildlife Society of Selangor and WWF-Malaysia, supported by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia for the recovery of wild tiger populations. For more information, please visit

About WWF-Malaysia

Established in 1972, WWF-Malaysia is part of WWF, the international conservation organisation. Working to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, WWF-Malaysia’s efforts to conserve nature focus on six major goals - forests, oceans, wildlife, food, climate and energy, as well as freshwater – and three key drivers of environmental problems – markets, finance and governance. Our mission is to stop the degradation of the earth’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. Learn more at