We have created a community of farmers who enforce a ban on hunting protected species of animals, and in return, we buy coffee from them at a higher price.
Through cooperation on the establishment of breeding centres for Pygmy slow lorises within modern zoos, we are trying to support the stabilization of a sustainable backup population of this species in human care, i.e. ex situ.
By building this specialized centre, we enabled the rehabilitation of confiscated slow lorises with the aim of returning them back to the wild.
We responded to a request from a community from the village of Basukum and helped them build their own English-environmental school for children.
We raise awareness about the threat and protection of slow lorises and nature as a whole in various ways, in schools and in public, both offline and online.
We teach children from the partner community free of charge English and in Indonesia a neglected but much needed environmental education.
We strive to ensure that slow lorises, other wild animals, and their nature as such in Indonesia are professionally protected by Indonesians themselves.
We discuss with farmers and advise them on how they can protect their crops from wild animals without having to injure or kill them.