ONE WORLD FESTIVAL JAPAN

2015 was the year that Kalimantan burned. The airports of five Kalimantan provinces were almost completely out of action. The COP Borneo Rehabilitation Centre was on standby. Centre for Orangutan Protection even stepped in to help extinguish fires at Wein River, East Kalimantan, and alongside Hutan Group with the Friends of the National Parks Foundation, in Tanjung Puting National Park, Central Kalimantan.

In the annual event One World Festival in Osaka, Japan, COP and Hutan Group had the opportunity to speak about the fires that had engulfed the whole of Kalimantan, on the 6th and 7th of February 2016. In addition, Hutan Group also made efforts during the event to raise funds and campaign for the protection of natural forests from Palm oil and fires.

Tahun 2015 adalah tahun dimana Kalimantan terbakar. Bandara lima provinsi Kalimantan hampir lumpuh total. Pusat Rehabilitasi COP Borneo siaga. Centre for Orangutan Protection pun turut membantu memadamkan kebakaran di sungai Wein, Kalimantan Timur dan bersama Hutan Group dengan FNPF di Taman Nasional Tanjung Puting, Kalimantan Tengah.

Pada kegiatan tahunan, One World Festival di Osaka, Jepang, COP dan Hutan Group berkesempatan menceritakan kebakaran yang melanda Kalimantan keseluruhan pada tanggal 6 dan 7 Februari 2016. Selain itu HUTAN Group berusaha menggalang dana sekaligus mengkampanyekan perlindungan hutan dari kelapa sawit dan kebakaran di acara tahunan itu.

ACICIS NGO FAIR YOGYAKARTA

Our first exhibition for the 2016 year, on invitation by the Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS). The NGO fair held on Thursday the 4th of February, in the ex-parking area of Cultural Sciences Faculty at Gadjah Mada University, was bustling with visitors. They came up and registered as new members of the COP supporter group, Orangufriends.
These are the supporters who have 1001 ideas for raising funds to support the work of COP. From music events such as Sound for Orangutan, to Art for Orangutan, Cooking for Orangutan, Futsal for Orangutan, and many more.
Visitors took advantage of the exhibition to get to know more about Centre for Orangutan Protection and buy merchandise.
Thank you to Orangufriends Jogja who made the COP table so interesting.

Pameran pertama di tahun 2016 ini, memenuhi undangan The Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies (ACICIS). Kamis, 4 Februari, Ex-Lapangan Parkir Fakultas Ilmu Budaya Universitas Gadjah Mada menjadi ramai dengan pengunjung. Mereka datang dan mendaftar menjadi anggota kelompok pendukung COP yaitu Orangufriends. Para pendukung yang mempunyai seribu satu ide mencari dana yang dapat digunakan untuk mendukung kegiatan COP. Mulai dari acara musik amal Sound for Orangutan, Art for Orangutan, Cooking for Orangutan, Futsal for Orangutan dan masih banyak lainnya. Pengunjung memanfaatkan acara ini untuk lebih mengenal Centre for Orangutan Protection dan membeli merchandise.
Terimakasih Orangufriends Yogya yang menjadikan meja COP lebih menarik.

A BEAR CUB SAVED FROM ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE

COP applaud Bali Wildlife Authority for rapidly response our report. A bear cub have saved from illegal wildlife trade. During 2015, COP saved 4 orangutan babies and another 78 wildlife, including bears and clouded leopard from black market. Wildlife trade is one of the main threat for Indonesian wildlife. According to Interpol, this illicit business is biggest one after drug trade and then weapons.

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