Non-Timber Forest Products Exchange Programme

Drowned Forest, Damned Lives: The Orang Asli and the Kelau Dam Project (2008)

February 9, 2016

Drowned Forest, Damned Lives illustrates the potential destruction of the Lakum forests and the displacement of the Chewong Temuan tribe in Peninsular Malaysia to the Kelau Dam project. A process and project that is costly and necessity is highly questionable in view of other sustainable and cheaper alternatives.

Director: Colin Nicholas, COAC
Duration: 30m
Country: Malaysia

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