Liaison Officer Applications 2018

Have you got what it takes to be our Liaison Officer?
We are looking for applications for future Liaison Officers based at Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation in Borneo for 2018

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Calling all Rotarians!

Members of Rotary International, did you know that you and your families can help our cause by following RAGES (The Rotarian Action group for Endangered Species)?

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Fire-fighting Project Update

The dry season in the Central Kalimantan area has begun. Meaning the home to the world’s largest orangutan population,Sabangau Forest, is under threat again from forest fires.

The Orangutan Appeal UK is a registered charity based in the south of England, dedicated to the rehabilitation and preservation of orangutans and the conservation of their habitat.

The Appeal strives to protect remaining wild populations of orangutans by providing support and funding for projects across Malaysian and Indonesian Borneo; and by raising awareness of the plight of this great ape across the globe. The Appeal is also authorised to work on behalf of the famous Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre!

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2018 Appeal Calendar

2018 Calendar Front Cover

Our 2018 Calendar, featuring many of your favourite faces from Sepilok.

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Centre for Orangutan Protection (COP) Update

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COP rescue and rehabilitate orangutans in Indonesia as well as campaigning against activities which threaten them and their habitat.

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Renewed Plea for funds to Feed Orphaned Elephants

Bornean Elephant Being Fed By Carer At Sepilok

Sabah Wildlife Department has been overwhelmed with young orphaned elephants needing their care and funds for their milk are sadly running low again.

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PRMP Update - Ganang & Rosalinda


How Ganang & Rosalinda are doing in the Tabin reserve

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Orangutan Toy Hand Puppet

Hand Puppet

Our beautiful orangutan hand puppet is wonderfully fun and interactive.

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