Origin: The Tang Prize is awarded on a biennial basis, each with a cash reward of NT$40 million. Projects proposed by the laureates also receive a grant of up to NT$10 million.
Project Summary: By engaging our communities and schools in conservation and education projects in Taiwan, Malaysia, and India, we can promote activism, cultivate interest, spread awareness and create momentum that benefit wildlife and human communities.
1.Jane Goodall Sustainability Academy Project in Taiwan: Taipei’s first experimental elementary school that focuses on conservation and sustainability issues.
2.Project Monyet in Malaysia: Promoting the primates in the Malaysia peninsular through workshops and events and collaborating with scientists to document the many amazing species of wildlife.
Hope Project in India: Connecting the young with nature through workshops and events that cultivate understanding, awareness and actions
Tang Prize Laureate Jane Goodall Takes Action to Support Conservation Projects in Asia