Project Semakau is a community involvement and conservation project, driven by volunteer-based research led by the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, National University of Singapore, to collect data on the biodiversity of Pulau Semakau so as to realise and enhance the island’s value as a nature education and conservation site. This project is kindly sponsored by HSBC, and was launched on 14 Nov 2008.
Since then, we have recruited and trained many volunteers to assist with surveying the biodiversity of the island and monitoring the ecological changes. If you wish to volunteer for this meaningful project, click here to find out more!
Application closes on 9 July 2010.