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We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices

by ISCP (Indonesian Species Conservation Program)
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We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
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We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
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We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices
We,Kukang Sumatra(Slow Loris) need medical devices

As per our updated information yesterday, a female individual Sumatran slow loris which confiscated by the BKSDA together with the ISCP team from resident who took care of it illegally in the village of Pante raya,Pesam sub-district, district Bener meriah, Central Aceh, and today Monday May 11/ 2020 . The BKSDA Aceh team together with ISCP released the slow loris back to its natural habitat in the Aceh forest area. Some of our most important actors at the ISCP are our wildlife and conservation workers, including the keepers and volunteers who work across several areas over the North Sumatran and Aceh Provinces. They are tasked with such duties as monitoring and patrolling areas, caring for wildlife collected from the community, and investigations into the illegal captivity of wildlife for pets or trade prior to being released from our ISCP Center. Their participation is what has helped us keep wildlife alive and safe within their habits. However, since the end of February the invasion of Coronavirus' COVID-19'into Indonesia has restricted almost all aspects and regulations related to the work that our teams are carrying out. The pandemic has caused a severe loss of income which has impacted both our workers and their families, including their abilities to work as wildlife protectors and to travel to and from our wildlife sanctuaries. We encourage anyone who follows our work either as part of our 'Friends of ISCP', 'Friends of Slow Lorises' or who might be seeing this through Instagram or Facebook, to take part in helping us through these difficult times. Any donation is incredibly meaningful and goes towards continuing both our stories and protecting endangered wildlife. Your small $xx Amount could be distributed through link bellow:

https://www.globalgiving.org/…/we-kukang-sumatra-slow-lori…/

Warm Regards

ISCP admin

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Conservation efforts must not stop. Tuesday (04/14/2020) a joint team consisting of the North Sumatra BKSDA and Yayasan Program Konservasi Spesies Indonesia (YPKSI) or in English is also known as the Indonesian Species Conservation Program (ISCP) releasing Sumatran slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) and Leopard Cat (Felis bengalensis) in to the safe forest leuser ecosystem area.

The Covid 19 pandemic situation has indeed made all humans in difficult conditions on this earth. However, we can not #stayathome if there are wildlife who need our help. Therefore, let's continue support ISCP, other wildlife Ngo and the government to be able to work safely in the midst of this pandemic Covid19 through donating ISCP animal medical devices, slow loris rescue or other wildlife program or directly donating on the website at the link below :
https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/we-kukang-sumatra-slow-loris-need-medical-devices/

Thanks so much to all donors and all good people who already support ,save wildlife and nature with us.. Amen!!!

Thanks & best regards
Admin ISCP

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rescue SL with personal protective equipment suit
rescue SL with personal protective equipment suit

On March 23, 2020, Nature Conservation Agency,North Sumatra (BKSDA) received a report of residents keep a slow loris as a pet in Medan Sunggal ,then team moved quickly to confirm the slow loris information and coming to the location.
After getting socialization and awareness from the local Wildlife authorithy (BKSDA), the residents finally handedover the slow loris and then BKSDA sent it to the ISCP Slow Loris rehabilitation center.

Furthermore, the ISCP Team examination arrival the slow loris in good condition with male sex, weight 625 grams, complete teeth and still have wild behaviour.

Wait for coordination with BKSDA, the new slow loris with four individual slow lorises who are currently at the ISCP center will be ready to be released in an indefinite period of time waiting for a conducive covid 19 situation.

Thank you to all ISCP donors from GlobalGiving because of you all the slow loris conservation program is running well even in condition currunly from covid19 pandemic.

Warm regards

Iscp admin

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Together with Natural Conservation Agency of North Sumatra (BBKSDA_SU),ISCP released 3 individual Sumatran slow lorises, 3 binturongs, 2 black eagles and 1 Crested serpent eagle in the TWA Dolok Tinggi Raja forest area in North Sumatra Simalungun Regency !!
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3 binturong (Arctictis binturong) individuals who were previously secured by BKSDA and North Sumatra Police in Medan in August 2019 and also Crested serpent eagle (Spilornis cheela) and the black eagle (Ictinaetus malaiensis) as a result of the handovered of the residents and the confiscation of the BKSDA in November 2019 and likewise the Sumatran Slow Loris (Nycticebus coucang) which was handed over by residents to BKSDA in October and last November where 2 of the individual Slow Loris were sent to the ISCP slow loris rehabilitation center and the rest were at the Wildlife Conservation Center BKSDA TWA SIbolangit.

After several months of confiscated animals from Illegalwildlife and community handovered to the Nature Conservation Agency of North Sumatra(BKSDA) were rehabilitated both at Sibolangit TWA and ISCP Sumatran Loris Rehabilitation Center in coordination with BKSDA veterinarians and all wildlife eligible to be released back to nature, then on 15 December 2019 all the wildlife released into the wild at the TWA forest area Dolok Tinggi Raja, Simalungun Regency.

Release is going smoothly and hopefully all released wildlife can enjoy their freedom in nature again.

Let's together we fight to save wildlife by continuing support ISCP spirit and small hepl support small xx donation through our crowdfunding at GlobalGiving platform

warm regards
ISCP admin

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some equipments medical devices that already bough
some equipments medical devices that already bough

To the all good donors, I hope all GlobalGiving Donnors are always protected by God and healthy.

Several kinds of medicines equipments/medical devices for slow lorises and other wild animals already we reported to you a few months ago and following the last reports we inform to as some of this from our disbursement of funds through GlobalGiving use also for campaign operations, raising awareness, slow loris trade investigations and operating slow loris rescue and release funds in Sumatra.

We have not yet purchased several medical devices, waiting for fundraising to be reached, such as unrealized medical devices such as Refrigerators / Medicine Cabinets, Stainless Operating Tables, Microscope / AmScope 40X-1600X, Machines & Isoflurane TEC 3 Vaporizer, X-ray (cellphone ) and scanner: LTA160 VET High-frequency, stainless steel Infusion Pole and other equipment to support the Sumatran slow lungs rehabilitation clinic at the ISCP Center.

Donations from all of you not only help to save the Sumatran slow loris, but also help preserve slow lorises and other wildlife in Northern Sumatra in particular and in Indonesia in general.

Notes:
Since 2016, the ISCP has been rehabilitating and released more than 59 Sumatran Slow Lorises and 1 Javan Slow Loris rescued in east Java cooperate with East Java BKSDA and 1 Sumatran Slow Loris rescue and released in pekan baru province which and also 1 baby was born 2018 in rehabilitation but survived one month only which died in cage and on August 5, 2019 also was born 1 baby with mother name Jodini and baby name Berjuang ,both mother and baby in good condition and then both released on middle of August 2019 .

Your Sincerly

ISCP admin

Medicaldevices using by ISCP when release SL
Medicaldevices using by ISCP when release SL
the baby pf Slow Loris was born in rehab center
the baby pf Slow Loris was born in rehab center
mother and baby SL ready to release
mother and baby SL ready to release
mother and baby already released
mother and baby already released
Mother(Jodini) and her Baby (berjuang) released
Mother(Jodini) and her Baby (berjuang) released
ISCP team released 3 Slow Loris in safe forest
ISCP team released 3 Slow Loris in safe forest
ISCP team released 3 Slow Loris in safe forest
ISCP team released 3 Slow Loris in safe forest
one of 3 slow loris enjoy their freedom
one of 3 slow loris enjoy their freedom
one of 3 slow loris enjoy their freedom in forest
one of 3 slow loris enjoy their freedom in forest

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ISCP (Indonesian Species Conservation Program)

Location: Medan - Indonesia
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Rudianto sembiring
Medan, North Sumatra Indonesia

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