STORY OF ORANGUTAN LECI

Different orangutan, same story.
Leci was found by a farmer on his fruit farm, and was then taken home. He said she’d been separated from her mother.
Usually we investigate these cases to confirm that the information given to us is accurate. The infant orangutan was separated from it’s mother, either because the mother was killed, or the baby was left behind when the two orangutans fleed, driven out of the farm.
Farms in the local community become the next best option once the forest has been cleared to make way for palm oil plantations. When researchers claim that traditional communities are a main threat to the lives of orangutans, we at COP believe that to be a hasty and one-sided statement. Unfortunately, traditional communities cannot afford to hire environmental consultants to turn these negatives into positives.
Beda ORANGUTAN, sama ceritanya. Leci, ditemukan seorang petani di kebun buahnya, lalu dibawa pulang. Katanya terpisah dari induknya.
Biasanya kami melakukan penelusuran kembali untuk memastikan informasi yang kami terima menjadi akurat atau A1 dalam bahasa penegakan kamus.
Anak ORANGUTAN terpisah dari induknya, karena induknya sudah dibunuh oleh manusia, atau benar – benar tertinggal saat melarikan diri waktu dihalau keluar dari kebun.
Kebun masyarakat setempat adalah opsi terbaik setelah hutan – hutan dibabat untuk menjadi perkebunan kelapa sawit.
Jika para peneliti menyatakan bahwa masyarakat tradisional adalah ancaman utama bagi kelangsungan hidup ORANGUTAN, maka COP menilai itu sangat tergesa – gesa dan tendensius. Sayangnya, masyarakat tradisional tidak punya uang untuk membayar konsultan lingkungan, agar kejahatan itu terpoles menjadi indah.
‪#‎forestwars‬ ‪#‎conflictpalmoil‬

SCHOOL VISIT AT CERIA KINDERGARTEN YOGYAKARTA

Ceria Kindergarten Yogyakarta invited COP to share knowledge about wildlife. Sharing with 2-4 years children is really challenging. We must have a specific strategy to be able to get their attention. We began our presentation by showing wildlife photos as an introduction to these next generation of conservation world. It was then continued with a hand puppet story telling performed by Orangufriends Yogyakarta. Through the story, the children were increasingly interested .
Let’s join COP School batch #6, in wich you can learn about practical communication. Through the school visit, we practice. Practice makes perfect!
Contact hery@cop.or.id to join ‪#‎COPSchool‬ in Yogyakarta on May 18-22, 2016.
TK Ceria Yogyakarta mengundang COP untuk mengisi materi satwa liar. Ternyata berbicara dengan anak usia 2 – 4 tahun itu punya tantangan tersendiri. Harus punya strategi tertentu untuk bisa merebut perhatian mereka. Slide foto pengenalan satwa mencoba mencuri perhatian generasi penerus dunia konservasi ini. Dilanjutkan aksi boneka tangan orangufriends Yogyakarta. Melalui dongeng, anak-anak semakin tertarik.
Yuk ikutan COP School batch #6 , kapan dan dimana lagi kamu bisa berlatih komunikasi praktis. Lewat school visit, kita berlatih. Ala bisa karena biasa.
Kirimkan email ke hery@cop.or.id untuk mengikuti #COPSchool di Yogyakarta pada 18-22 Mei 2016.
‪#‎proudofOrangufriends‬ ‪#‎orangufriendevents‬ ‪#‎schoolvisit‬

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