Category: HALABAN RESTORATION SITE of OIC-SOS

Ten Year Challenge
February 8, 2019February 8, 2019
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Ten Year Challenge

Over recent weeks, social media networks have been full of ’10 year challenge’ photos – comparisons that show how people looked 10 years ago, and how they look now. We decided to join in by comparing photos from the Halaban restoration site. The first photo was taken in 2008, and the second in 2018. We...

A Mourning Grief From Halaban Restoration Site
July 13, 2018July 13, 2018
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A Mourning Grief From Halaban Restoration Site

0 0 0 0 A shocking news came from our restoration programme. One of the best staff, Edy Bardok, passed away last week (4th July 2018). He started joining OIC’s restoration programme from 2008 up to now. From his hands, hundred thousands of trees had been planted with love. Starting with zero knowledge of tree...

Bardok : From Zero to Hero
April 16, 2018April 16, 2018
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Bardok : From Zero to Hero

0 0 0 0 Restoration programme of OIC has been changing my life. I’m no longer the same person before I was before starting this job” Bardok is what people often call him. It is a unique name indeed, however, it is not his real name. His real name is Edy, quite common and not...

Planting the Seed of Conservation Spirit for the Youth
October 30, 2017October 30, 2017
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Planting the Seed of Conservation Spirit for the Youth

0 0 0 0 Future starts now. Any desired future can be determined from how do we set the present. For OIC, enhancing the future of Sumatran orangutan conservation is not a trivial matter. Thus, it is necessary for us to start planting the seed of conservation spirit to the youth.     Last week,...

Delightful Visit to Halaban Restoration Site
September 22, 2017September 22, 2017
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Delightful Visit to Halaban Restoration Site

0 0 0 0 Looks like someone had party last night in our restoration site! Around 4 AM, when our restoration workers who stayed the night in the cabin came back to the village, apparently these wild elephants secretly honoured us with this visit. As ‘the elephant season’ (a term used to explain the groups...