Wild Asia


Wild Asia Group Scheme (WAGS) is a localised technical service to independent growers, small holders (total holdings below 41 ha), small growers (total holdings between 41 to 500 ha) or small estates (total holdings above 501 ha). The programme provides the necessary support and a group certification system to allow independent producers to meet the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) and RSPO Production standard. Currently active in Malaysia (Perak, Johor and Sabah). Contact us if there is interest to be included in our annual certification programme.

Visit: http://oilpalm.wildasia.org/small-producers/wags/

Capacity Building Training Certification and Related Assessments Perak, Sabah and Johor

Focus Area

Capacity Building


Independent Smallholders & Others - Independent producers: smallholders (total area < 41 ha), small growers (total area between 41 to 500 ha) or small estates (total area > 501 ha)

How you can support

We are currently working closely with RSPO Certified Independent Smallholders across provinces in Indonesia to provide a subset of trainings to improve their livelihoods while their certification is maintained.

More than 5,860 farmers who have implemented Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) and good governance in their groups are seeking your commitment to buy their RSPO Credits through the PalmTrace platforms. Purchasing RSPO Credits supports smallholders in addressing environmental and social issues.


Reza Azmi
Executive Director

Upper Penthouse, Wisma RKTT, 2 Jalan Raja Abdullah

[email protected]

3 6201 2150


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