Helping solve Conservation and Humanitarian issues through Indonesia
September 24, 2015
This post is also available in: IndonesianJakarta. Authorities in Indonesia have launched a formal investigation into the death of an iconic Sumatran elephant at a national park who was believed to have been killed by poachers for his tusks.
Environment and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar said in Jakarta on Wednesday that she had ordered a […]
June 17, 2015
This post is also available in: IndonesianLast week we took a field trip to the Way Kambas National Park in South Sumatra to present some new technologies to the current existing Elephant Response Units working around the borders of the Way Kambas National Park. The ERU (Elephant Response Units) work the borders of the National […]
June 14, 2015
This post is also available in: IndonesianWe’ve just visited the Zam Zam orphans again this week. Sorry for the delay in the update as it has been a busy time getting the Yayasan registered and official. We had a few goodies to deliver to the kids this week that recently arrived from our good friend […]
October 12, 2014
This post is also available in: IndonesianOn 4 October, over 130 countries joined a global march to protect elephants and rhinos
referred to as the Global March for Elephants and Rhinos (GMFER). This widely participated
global march coincided with the World Animal Day.
In Nairobi, more than 1,000 people trekked a 10 kilometres route passing the downtown
traffic and […]