Campaign against Kaiduan Dam Project (Borneo, Malaysia)
- Background document (PDF)
- Urgent action appeal from Action Committee Against Kaiduan Dam (PDF)
- Sample letter to Chief Minister (MS Word)
The government of Sabah has granted approval in February 2008 to carry out a feasibility study and submit technical proposals for the implementation of the Kaiduan Dam Project, situated at Ulu Papar in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.
A similarly named project, but of a smaller scale, is listed as one of the 16 proposed dams. The 150 metres proposed Kaiduan Dam will mean that about 350 square kilometers of traditional lands will be taken as a water catchment reserve, including the flooded area of 12 square kilometres where 9 villages are currently located.