SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER

by ISCP (Indonesian Species Conservation Program)
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SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
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SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
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SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
SLOW LORIS & WILDLIFE NEW REHABILITATION CENTER
Sep 30, 2021

ISCP disaster relief support.

A natural disaster struck some village in Sibolangit district include also the ISCP Slow Loris Rehabilitation Center in Rumah Pilpil village, Sibolangit sub-district, Deli Serdang Regency, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia on last week of 23 September 2021. Heavy rains accompanied by the last storm brought several trees down, which destroyed 2 partitions of the slow loris rehabilitation enclosure and shelter which this shelter usualy use for non permanent clinic and some part room/kitchen for prepare food slow loris by keeper in the center but lucky on the time there were no slow loris in the enclosure and also our keeper and maintanance staff also safe from the natural disaster,next week we will fix it soon.

This is one of our plans in the future to move to a new location renting a new land or if funding raise will buy the good land for a slow loris and other wildlife rehabilitation center where the current location is only 1 hectare accompanied by an extreme location with a slope of almost 60 degrees which hight risk from nature disaster.

For this reason, all good friends of ISCP and donors, both weekly donors, monthly donors and donors who voluntarily donate through our fundraising on this GlobalGiving platform,: https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/slowlorisandwildlifenewrehabilitationcenter/ we really hope that you can continue to set aside a little fortune in continuing donate so that the goal of building a slow loris and other wildlife rehabilitation center can be achieved soon.

Finally, we said thank you very much for the spirit support and donations of all good friends, without your support all in our work save slow loris and other wildlife,we or ISCP are nothing.

Nature and God bless you all.. Amen
Warm regards
ISCP admin

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