Our programs

Communication, education, participation and awareness (C.e.p.a)

Communication, Education, Participation & Awareness (C.E.P.A)

The Communication, Education, Participation & Awareness (CEPA) program is a very good program and is suitable to be run continuously. It is conducted in every district in the State of Johor at least once a month.

The main topic of this program is related to environmental sustainability and biodiversity. The target group for this program includes school students, university students, government and non-government agencies as well as the general public.

C.E.P.A activities that have been carried out are such as awareness talks, exhibitions, area cleaning, environmental games, getting to know biodiversity, flora and fauna, team building and many more. The Johor National Park Corporation has also received positive feedback as a result of these activities.

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Who Are We

The Communication, Education, Participation & Awareness (CEPA) program is a very good program and is suitable to be run continuously.

Our Mission

It is also important for the sharing of information, expertise and other resources in implementing communication, nature education and public awareness programs. 

our objective




Increase public understanding of the function, usage, and value of wetlands so that they are recognised as natural infrastructural assets.



Encourage people to care about wetlands so that they may participate in policy development, as well as wetland planning and management.



Increase support for wetlands protection and sensible usage among policymakers, the corporate sector, and all sections of society.



Sharing knowledge and expertise possessed by the Johor National Park Corporation’s administration as well as speakers with the public.

Greening CFS Corridor launching

Thursday, 2 Dec 2021 – Econinja has received an invitation from the Johor State Forestry Department to jointly enliven the opening ceremony of the Malaysian Greening Program: 100 Million Tree Planting Campaign at the Mersing District. The ceremony was officiated by Tuan Haji Mohd Radzi bin Haji Mohd Amin, Officer of the Mersing District.

Johor State Forestry Department has launching the Greening CFS Corridor which contributes towards the 100 Million Tree-Planting Campaign, as part of the Communication, Education, and Public Awareness (CEPA) programme by the IC-CFS Project.

With the aim to curb carbon emission and to promote its sequestrations, a rehabilitation effort through the cultivation of 3,000 tree saplings of native species will be completed in the Central Forest Spine (CFS) area in Mersing, Johor

Central Forest Spine (CFS) area in Mersing, Johor