FNPF has been working in Kalimantan, Borneo since 1997. We have projects in and around Tanjung Puting National Park and Lamandau River Wildlife Reserve.
In line with FNPF’s approach of “wildlife, habitat and community”, our projects encompass:
- rehabilitation and release of wildlife including orangutans, sea turtles, endangered birds and sun bears;
- restoration of native forest and monitoring of the existing forest
- community development programs and empowerment of local communities
- development of agro-forestry and organic /self sustainable farming;
- conservation of kalimantan species
- environment education
- volunteer programme style tours
This work has been possible thanks to our donors, including the Humane Society International (Australia), who has supported us for more than 14 years, Boeing, Taronga Foundation, Buy One Give One, Save Indonesian Endangered Species, Eco Future Fund Japan, and many others.