The Kalaweit organization has been fighting for the preservation of biodiversity in Indonesia since 1998. In Borneo and Sumatra, it rescues gibbons and other animals from wildlife trafficking and creates protected private forest reserves to protect the animals that live there. Palm oil is the main threat to the Indonesian forests.

  1. Giving a second chance to animal victims of trafficking Read more
  2. Protecting Indonesia's forests Read more
  3. Raising awareness among indonesians of the need to respect wildlife Read more
  4. Integrating the local populations and the authorities Read more

« The forest continues to be cut down and the gibbons are being torn from their natural environment. If human beings one day learn to love life, all life, Kalaweit will no longer have to fight. »

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Collect to release 15 pairs of gibbons!

About thirty Albibarbis gibbons (endemic species of Borneo) currently in care in Kalaweit will be released on Borneo! This operation requires significant human and financial resources and we need your support!

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