A male Orang Utan visited plantation bordering the forest. It is safe from harm as the people are our partners in conserving the biodiversity of Leuser Ecosystem
Swinging among the rubber trees, this male Orang Utan finds grub and roots to eat. Few Orang Utans have been found in the village’s plantations in 2016. Tehy were monitored by the farmers and NFC was informed of the presence.
Adek trying out the 64m safety line that will be used to cross river.
Ari, our Chief Botanist with group from Australia
Hendry, a ranger and one of our crew guiding a participant from Australia on the correct technique to plant saplings
Our signature BBQ chicken done at Camp Sungai Landak
Group from Singapore, Majulah Community joined the youth of NFC to plant trees
NFC procured land along the bufferzone and convert it to planting site. Here palm oil trees were removed from a new planting site of NFC
ON top of one of the planting site where NFC to expand the project
Students from School Of The Arts Singapore resting after painting the learning centre, Rumah Pintar Bersama with new paint and cartoons
SOTA helping to propagate seeds
The local kids of Timbang Lawan with the freshly painted learning centre
Engross in painting the learning centre
A young Orang Utan visiting another planting site
Nenek was happy to receive a toilet donated by NUSMS Project ASA.
Packs of 10kg quality rice ready to be distributed to the beneficiaries. NFC’s Project Rice
Recipients of the project rice pack
A happy grandma with her pack of donated rice
The water is clear as a glass. The signs are good as it it still untouch by development and deforestation. River at Sungai Landak.
A simple wooden hut to shelter them from the rain and shine,
These signboards will be placed at the border of the National Park and Buffer zone.
Taking time to learn about planting rice the traditional way. One of the activities in the viallge.
A fig tree growing at the border of the rainforest
Students learnt how to use tools and equipment to construct toilet.