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ISCP (Indonesian Species Conservation Program)

Org #30028
Vetted since 2015
2011
year founded
$7,043
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

ISCP's mission is: * As a means to move the container or concern and participation of the community to always love and protected wildlife. * Build an opinion and appropriate action will be handling as well as animal rescue or to explore the potential and depth of information to learn how to keep the animals and know the ins and outs of animal life. * Is a movement that aims to protect and rescue the animals, especially to the almost extinct wildlife.

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Rudianto sembiring
Rudianto sembiring
Team
Fajar Alam, Ronald Ginting, Miller Fransisko Ginting, Enos Sinuraya, rehmenda Ulina Sinuhaji
Organization Information
http://www.iscp.or.id
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
Jalan Lada I No 1 Perumnas Simalingkar
Medan, 20353
Indonesia
+62-85297037974

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3296249827
Organization Information
http://www.iscp.or.id
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
Jalan Lada I No 1 Perumnas Simalingkar
Medan, 20353
Indonesia
+62-85297037974

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3296249827

Project Reports

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Jul 16, 2018
ISCP release 3 Lorises &1leopard cat,July 12,2018
Finally, the Indonesian Species Conservation Program (ISCP) released three individuals from the rehabilitation center of ISCP with the Natural Resources Conservation Agency of North Sumatra (BKSDA-SU)...
Jul 3, 2018
ISCP Awareness and socialization community!!
On June 29, 2018, ISCP visited the community of of Dusun Kinangkong Village Kuta Gajah ,Kutambaru District, Langkat regency of North Sumatra or is currently better known as tourist village Simolap...
Jun 1, 2018
News birth of a slow loris infant in the rehabilitation cage ISCP center
With respect from ISCP We did not expect, that a female adult slow loris, that was sent by the Nature conservation agency, North Sumatra to ISCP for rehabilitation in October 2017, was pregnant. Last...
 
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