The Coral Triangle covers all or part of the seas of Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste and Fiji.
The Coral Triangle is straining to directly sustain more than 120 million people living within this area, and benefit millions more worldwide.
WWF is working with partners in the private sector, governmental agencies and civil society in the Coral Triangle - from conducting cutting-edge marine research and policy reform, to pioneering community-based management and large scale marine protected areas. WWF is building on its experience with traditional conservation practices, partnering with industry on chain of custody issues and promoting best management practices.
As a non-profit organization, WWF’s main purpose in organizing the Panda Ball is to enroll support and raise funds for the organization’s vital nature conservation activities focusing on the beauty of the Coral Triangle.
Help us protect the beauty, magnificence, value and benefits of the Coral Triangle for future generations by joining us at the Panda Ball.