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  • Meet Topan

    Meet Topan
Program: Samboja Lestari

Program: Samboja Lestari

Find out about our original reintroduction program in East Kalimantan, providing care and rehabilitation for displaced and orphaned orangutans since 1991...

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Program: Mawas

Program: Mawas

The Mawas Conservation Program protects 309,000 hectares of natural habitat for wild orangutans. The peatland sustains one of the largest remaining orangutan populations...

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Program: Nyaru Menteng

Program: Nyaru Menteng

The Reintroduction Program at Nyaru Menteng was established to provide care for orangutans rescued from areas of habitat loss through human development activities...

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Program: Habitat Restoration

Program: Habitat Restoration

The purpose of RHO is to provide a permanent safe, sufficient forest site for wild or semi-wild, and rehabilitated Bornean orangutans where they can live in freedom...

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Topan was rescued on October 13, 2017, and arrived at Nyaru Menteng in a very weak state after being found by local villagers near a river. She was severely dehydrated, malnourished, and dangerously underweight at only 1.5 kg. After spending a few days in our intensive care unit, Topan’s condition improved, and she was able to join other babies in the quarantined section of the Baby House. Thanks to the dedication and loving care of our Nyaru Menteng team, Topan is slowly regaining her health and confidence.

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