The first slow lorises in ISCP center

The ISCP now has four slow lorises in its "Project Kukang" rehabilitation center in the village of Bandarbaru. There are three females – Magda, Janicka, and Bulan – and one male, Gerhana. We were able to accommodate the slow lorises after signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Natural Resources and Ecosystem Conservation (BKSDA) in North Sumatra on March 8, 2016. For more information, visit www.kukang.org. Thanks to all the team members. Good job, guys!

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ISCP signs agreement to enable myna and slow loris rehabilitation

The ISCP has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Natural Resources and Ecosystem Conservation (BKSDA) in North Sumatra to enable the rehabilitation of the Nias Hill myna, and slow lorises. The agreement was signed by the head of the North Sumatra BKSDA, John Kenedie, and the executive director of the ISCP, Rudianto Sembiring, in the BKSDA office in Medan on March 8, 2016. The BKSDA also signed cooperation agreements with four other NGOs, namely Scorpion (which monitors illegal wildlife trading in Indonesia), the Sumatra Rainforest Institute (SRI), Tindakan Investigasi Memantau Ekosistem (TIME), and the Orangutan Information Center (OIC, or Yayasan Orangutan Sumatera Lestari) . After the signing event, members of all the NGOs, and staff from the BKSDA in went to Medan Zoo to conduct a clean-up operation and discuss management solutions for Medan zoo.

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Presentation & Discussing MoU Nias Hill Myna and Slow loris with BKSDA North Sumatra

In Our run project we must have MoU/permit to make rehabilitation Nias Hill Myna (Gracula robusta) and Slow loris (Nycicebus coucang),so it will good as prosedure of legality Local NGO's working activities and run the all program or project species conservation that ISCP have.

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