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Roslan Bin Carang

SOUTHEAST ASIA RJF GRANTEE

Rainforest
Journalism Fund
Southeast Asia

Roslan Bin Carang is one of the few Indigenous people (or Orang Asli) of the Jahai tribe in Peninsular Malaysia who is involved full time in hornbill/forest conservation. Of all six members of the Hornbill Guardian group, he is the longest-serving.

Roslan lives in the Belum-Temengor Forest Complex in the northern part of the Central Forest Spine. He has participated in international science/conservation conferences, Indigenous peoples' celebratory events, and he co-authored journal papers.

He is a former participant of a photography workshop supported by the European Union through the BirdLife International-led “Strengthening Non-State Actor Involvement in Forest Governance” project.

Image of a person wearing a green shirt with a tapir logo.