We’re raising urgent funds to protect Borneo’s displaced orangutans, provide the rehabilitation and care they desperately need and to safeguard their remaining forest.
Young, orphaned orangutans are facing yet another battle. As the COVID-19 pandemic surges through Indonesia, hundreds of rescued orangutans are at risk, as food and medicine prices soar, and become increasingly difficult to access.
We are urgently raising funds to assist our partners carry out daily patrols of fire-prone ecosystems, including the Sebangau Forest in Central Kalimantan, home to the largest population of Bornean orangutans in the world.
They’ve been getting away with it because it has always been extremely difficult to repatriate stolen orangutans from overseas.
Over 80% of orangutans live in unprotected forests. This puts them at an even greater risk of extinction because their forest habitat can be converted to plantations, logging concessions, mining and other agriculture.
Fire has just wiped out thousands of hectares of native forest in Indonesia.
Could you commit to protecting a vital piece of this precious habitat for just a small monthly amount?
A tragedy is unfolding for Sumatra’s orangutans. With more the 80% of the island’s natural rainforests gone, Critically Endangered orangutans are fighting for their very existence and they urgently need our help to turn that around.
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