100 years ago there were thought to be 315,000 orangutans in the wild. There are now less than 6,600 left in Sumatra, and less than 54,000 in Borneo. With the current rate of destruction, orangutans will be the first great apes to become extinct by 2016, along with 20,000 ha of rainforest and the other specieis that live with them. Our mission is to stop this extinction - to ensure the survival of orangutans in the wild for our generation and all future generations by working together with our partners, supporters and the community.
By supporting orangutan conservation, rainforest protection, local community partnerships and the rehabilitation and reintroduction of displayed orangutans back to the wild, we will save two critically orangutan species from extinction and the environment they live in.
We work across Sumartra, Australia and Asia. Our fundraising efforts span alot of countries...
Our supporters give us the funding, tools and support we need to continue our vital conservation work. You can help be part of our movement to save the orangutan.