Orangutan’s rescue and rehabilitation activities in Sintang, West Kalimantan, is a collaborative program between KOBUS Foundation and BKSDA West Kalimantan, The Directorate General of KSDAE, Ministry of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia. The program has received full support from the Dayak community in Gurung Malih Village, Tempunak District. The support provided by the community is allowing the program to use their 58 hectares forest areas as a forest school for orangutans.

 

Rescue

Orangutan Yang Ada Di SOC Adalah Orangutan Hasil Penyerahan Masyarakat (Baik Secara Sukarela Maupun Dari Sitaan) Kepada BKSDA Kalbar.

Medical examination

Setiap orangutan yang baru masuk ke fasilitas soc akan diperiksa kesehatannya untuk kemudian ditangani sesuai kondisi kesehatannya Pemeriksaan Medis

Quarantine

Karantina dilakukan terhadap orangutan yang masuk, untuk mencegah penularan penyakit dan mengidentifikasi kebutuhan
khusus orangutan

Indigenous forests

Masyarakat desa gurung malih menyediakan hutan desa mereka seluas 58 ha untuk digunakan sebagai area kegiatan pra pelepasliaran orangutan

Forest school

Orangutan yang kesehatannya baik dan Morfologisnya normal dibawa ke sekolah hutan di hutan desa Gurung Malih untuk persiapan pelepasliaran

Aren Nursery

Di Kampung Tembak masyarakat menyemaikan bibit aren untuk ditanam di hutan desa agar pasokan air tetap terjaga & mendapatkan nilai ekonomi

News Updates

Mona, who likes pretending

Every morning and afternoon the orangutan babies at the Sintang Orangutan Centre get milk as an additional intake of protein, calcium and minerals.

Survival skill in the forest: looking for food

Orangutan at Tembak Forest Schools need to learn how to survive in the jungle after they are released. The most important skill is how to find and get their own food. In this video we can see Jojo

Mamat’s update

When we started the Forest School in Tembak on April 22, 2014, Mamat is one of the potential candidates to be returned to the forest. Mamat looks very happy and enjoyed being in the forest.

Orangutan Articles

Victoria, the alarm of drinking milk time

Victoria (2 years), female, was evacuated from the Sebindang Village, Badau, Kapuas Hulu in a healthy condition. At the rehabilitation center, Victoria spends more time alone on the ceiling

Orangutans can also be afraid of insignificant things

Do you know that orangutans are not only afraid of wild animals in the forest? Several times orangutans in Sintang Orangutan Rehabilitation Center observed afraid on small things.

Edible fruits in the forest

Orangutan is the kind of arboreal animals, which spend most of their time in trees, either for nesting, resting, foraging, movement or to sleep. The existence of dense forests and fruit

Staff of the Week

  • Narto Adang, S. Sos, 30, is the Head of Keeper Animal in Sintang Orangutan Center (SOC). Adang originally from the Tontang Village, Serawai District. Adang likes reading and sports, especially football and futsall.

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