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ISCP (Indonesian Species Conservation Program)

Org #30028
Vetted since 2015
2011
year founded
$10,070
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

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.

Project Leaders
Rudianto sembiring
Rudianto sembiring
Team
Fajar Alam, Ronald Ginting, Miller Fransisko Ginting, Enos Sinuraya, rehmenda Ulina Sinuhaji
Organization Information
Jalan Lada I No 1 Perumnas Simalingkar
Medan, 20353
Indonesia
+62-85297037974
Organization Information
Jalan Lada I No 1 Perumnas Simalingkar
Medan, 20353
Indonesia
+62-85297037974

Project Reports

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Apr 11, 2021
SL LIVE IN FOREST NOT IN YOUR HOUSE OR IN BIRDCAGE
The ISCP Aceh representative team together with the Bksda resort Aceh staff are rescuing 2 male Sumatran slow lorises from two residents who keep illegally in two different villages, namely in Bale...
Mar 11, 2021
The slow loris trade in Sumatra is still ongoing
The slow loris (Nycticebus spp.) Is the only nocturnal primate that is poisonous. There are nine species of slow loris (genus Nycticebus) in the world and seven of them are found in Indonesia, namely...
Mar 9, 2021
Multi-layered law enforcement for wildlife traffic
This layered application of punishment is to increase the deterrent effect. Perpetrators of crimes against wildlife, especially the Sumatran slow loris and other protected wildlife, should be punished...
 
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