The Rainforest

Habitat Protection

OAUK supports several projects across Malaysian and Indonesian Borneo to protect vital orangutan habitat.


Pre-Release Programme at Sepilok

OAUK in partnership with the Sabah Wildlife Department, introduced a Pre-Release Programme aimed at tracking, monitoring and observing the behaviour of rehabilitated orangutans in the Kabili Reserve at the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, in order to identify whether the individual orangutans are suitable for release into a truly wild environment.

School Visit 3

Community Engagement Project

Collaborating with the local community and helping to engender a sense of ownership over local wildlife can be vital for conservation initiatives. Our team have been delivering environmental education programmes in Sabah since 2012 and are hoping to inspire the next generation of wildlife guardians.

Tabin Camp

Conservation Apparatus and Equipment

Over the years Orangutan Appeal UK have helped to provide vital equipment to assist with conservation efforts out in the field. Such equipment has included several rescue vehicles, radio transponders, drones and computer equipment.

Primary Forest Along Busang River

Research & Conservation Project in Barito Ulu

Our recent work with The Borneo Nature Foundation (BNF) on their research and conservation project in the region of Barito Ulu. This region is the gateway to one of the most richly diverse and remote forests at the centre of the island of Borneo.

Camera Trap Image Of Orangutan

Student Grant Project 2016

Research Project Update: A camera trap study on the difference in orangutan occurrence in highly fragmented landscapes

Ou Trop 2

The Fire-Fighting Project - Update

Working to protect large forested landscapes in Central Kalimantan, which contain several of the most important remaining populations of the Bornean orangutan.

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