SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER

by ISCP (Indonesian Species Conservation Program)
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SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER

According to our information update, Tuesday 7 September 2021, one male Sumatran slow loris was rescued in Aceh last night, today Wednesday 8 September 2021 the Bksda of the East Aceh resort together with ISCP volunteers released the Sumatran slow loris back to its habitat in the conservation area. East Aceh forest area.

After being released into the wild, it is hoped that the slow lorises will survive and reproduce naturally.

We would like to thank all the good people, friends of ISCP and all the kind donors who have supported and helped us continue to save slow lorises and other wildlife. For further donation support, you can click on our fundraising website at GlobalGiving::https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/slowlorisandwildlifenewrehabilitationcenter/

 

Thank you and best regards

ISCP admin

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Today, Tuesday, September 7, 2021, one individual Sumatran slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) was rescued today by the Aceh province natural resource conservation center (BKSDA) resort east Aceh together with ISCP volunteers in Aceh Tamiang who were kept illegally by residents. The slow loris has been kept for approximately 2 (two) months .And then the Aceh BKSDA Team and ISCP volunteers provided socialization to residents who did not know that the Sumatran slow loris was an animal protected by Law No. 5 of 1990 concerning Conservation of Biological Natural Resources and Their Ecosystems Republic Indonesia and further provides an understanding that if in the future the resident repeats his actions and is found to be maintaining protected wild animals, they will be processed according to the applicable law.

After a health medical check has been carried out by the East Aceh Bksda team and ISCP volunteers where the slow loris is still in good health and still has a wild brhaviour, the Sumatran slow loris will be release tomorrow, September 08, 2021.

Much appreciate and big thank you directly or indirectly if Friends of ISCP, support and help us or donate to save slow lorises and other wildlife in our fundraiser at the link GlobalGiving :https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/slowlorisandwildlifenewrehabilitationcenter/


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Born tobe Wild
Born tobe Wild

World or International Primate Day, September 1commemorated every year by various communities and primate observers around the world, including in Indonesia , this an annual educational observance event organized since 2005 largely by British-based Animal Defenders International (ADI) and supported annually by various primate-oriented advocacy organizations, speaks for all higher and lower primates, typically endorsing humane agendas where primates are at risk, as in research institutions or species endangerment in precarious environmental situations.


Well, on this International Primate Day, we would like to invite the #PrimataRescuers to participate in conserving the Sumatran slow loris and other primates in their habitat.

It's really easy, how's that??? the method are :
1. Simply don't keep, hunt or trade slow lorises or other primate species and join the campaign on your social media to #StopKeepThePrimate,and
2. Report to the government authority that handles wildlife at the Provincial Natural Resources Conservation Call Center where you live.
It's easy Guys!!!

Let's help us by setting aside a little fortune, all good friends and all good donors for our crowdfunding at this GlobalGiving link with tittle :https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/slowlorisandwildlifenewrehabilitationcenter/

Warm regards
ISCP admin

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ISCP would like to said thank you very much to friends of ISCP Miss Abby Gee for her help support Mr Rudianto a staff of ISCP continuing additional outpatient costs medicine in this middle of August and likewise, representing Anggun an orphan from Rumah Pilpil village who also get support help from Abby includes 16 family heads from the Rumah Pil-pil village near Iscp slow loris rehab center who received staples packages donation $xxx during the initial implementation of the Government's Community Activity Restrictions due to the impact of the increasing transmission of the COVID-19 virus in Indonesia since early July 2021.

We hope that Miss Abby and her family are always given good health  also to all donors from this GlobalGiving platform ,the villagers and include all people arround this world too which much impact from pandemic covid-19 and hopefully the covid-19 pandemic will soon pass from this earth.. Amen

Warm regards 

ISCP admin

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Saturday, July 31, 2021, the BKSDA team for the East Aceh region and accompanied by ISCP/YPKSI volunteer confiscated 1 male Sumatran slow loris in Idi District, East Aceh Regency, which was illegally kept by residents about 2 months.

All species of slow lorises in Indonesia are included as protected animals by law No. 5 of 1990 concerning the Conservation of Biological Natural Resources and Their Ecosystems. After the BKSDA team at the Aceh resort of East Aceh provided socialization to residents who kept the slow loris so as not to repeat their mistakes in keeping the slow loris, a health check was carried out by representatives of BKSDA resorts in the eastern Aceh region and found the slow loris still healthy and wild behaviour so in the same day the slow loris directly released at conservation forest area of east Aceh.

Let's all good friends and all good donors, support and help us continue to donate to save slow lorises and other wildlife in our fundraiser link on this GlobalGiving platform.

Warm regards YPKSI/ISCP Admin

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