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Expanding critical habitat for Sumatra's endangered species

Sumatra's rainforests are a vital ecosystem, teeming with irreplaceable biodiversity. However, deforestation has taken a devastating toll, with half of the original forests lost.

Thankfully, protected areas like Gunung Leuser National Park offer a refuge for wildlife. Here, the last remaining populations of Sumatran tigers, elephants, orangutans, and rhinos co-exist.

Yet, the threats persist. Illegal logging, poaching, and the illegal wildlife trade endanger these magnificent animals. Wealthy collectors fuel this demand, driving species like the Sumatran tiger closer to extinction.

The human cost is real too. Local communities, facing poverty, are sometimes lured into participating in these destructive activities.

There is hope. We are working tirelessly with partners like the Orangutan Information Centre (OIC) to combat these threats.

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Our efforts include:
We are planting 140,000 of trees in Gunung Leuser National Park, creating alternate jobs to restore rather than to destroy.
We are funding forest patrols to apprehend poachers and illegal loggers.
We are providing vital equipment & upgrades for local workers.

This fight is urgent! 

Extinction is a daily threat.

But success stories of recovery and protection exist - the Southern White Rhino, Philippine Eagle, and many more.

Join us! Together, we can make a difference.

Here's how you can help us:
Spread the word about the plight of Sumatra's rainforests and wildlife.
Donate to fund our critical conservation work.
Advocate for stronger environmental protection policies.
Support companies and organisations that have proven records of care for the planet. 

By working together, we can ensure a future where these irreplaceable wonders thrive for generations to come. Let's not be the generation that allows nature's greatest creations to vanish. We have the power to change the course of history.


Act now, and help us be the generation that fixes what we've broken.

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