Established in 1999, the Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project (OuTrop) aims to understand, protect and restore the Sabangau Forest; home to world's largest population of orangutans and the largest unfragmented area of lowland forest on Borneo.
Last year, Borneo Nature Foundation and Bina Cita Utama School hosted the first Global Issues Network (GIN) youth conference in Kalimantan! Interactive workshops, presentations and field trips on sustainable development, food security, human rights, arts and environmental protection.
Our newest programme, the Rungan River Orangutan Conservation Programme (RROCP), aims to protect the rich forest of the Rungan River watershed; home to one of the largest populations found outside of a protected area.
With the help of Sir David Attenborough, we’re very excited to launch our new crowdfunding campaign. Help us raise funds for a print run of our children's book 'The Little Gibbon Who Lost His Song' and to provide wildlife storytelling sessions for Indonesian children.