We are a non-profit organization established with the mission to protect the water resources on the Lang Biang plateau, recreating biodiversity and preserving indigenous culture of Vietnam’s ethnic minorities, with the participation of leading national and international experts.
More than 20 scientific research projects were submitted to the National Assembly
More than 30 experts & scientists in the fields of Ecology, Aquatic and Water Resources, Cultural Heritage, etc.
More than 50 global employees and collaborators
More than 20 rare and endangered plant species.
We are constantly striving for the Mission of protecting the water resources on the Lang Biang plateau, forest ecosystems, and biodiversity, in addition to the identity of ethnic minorities. Thus, we together protect our lives.
Diversified perspectives on Liam Project.
Together we generate the water sources, which are also our source of Life.
Liam Project was established with the goal of protecting water resources on the Langbiang plateau, in which one of the responsibilities is to protect forests and biodiversity.
Yes, 100% of our profits will be invested back into scientific research and initiatives that help protect and preserve water resources on the Langbiang plateau.
Our self-funding strategy includes organising tourism activities to preserve cultural diversity, exporting various plants from recreating rare genetic resources, and running a wellness program under the forest canopy. We also receive donations from indiv
Your generous kindness will go directly to the Liam Project’s fund, that we use to invest in scientific research and initiatives that help protect and preserve water resources on the Langbiang plateau.
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All the financial reports will be shared on our website at https://liamproject.org, where you can check what we invest budget in and its results.