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Do something amazing, support WSPA 632 orang-utans urgently need your help.
Kesi lost her mother and her hand in a brutal attack. Help us stop this orphan from losing her home too. Little Kesi was just 3 months old when she became orphaned. She and her mother had made a desperate attempt to search for food in local gardens when her mother was brutally killed and Kesi seriously injured.
Kesi and her mother are victims of Indonesia’s growing economy. Their fatal search for food was only because they were literally dying of hunger. Their forest home, untouched for thousands of years, had been burnt to the ground to make way for palm oil plantations.
Kesi is one of 632 orangutans being cared for at the BOS( Borneo Orang-utan Survival Foundation) Nyaru Menteng Sanctuary in Indonesia – the world’s largest great ape rescue centre. But now this safe haven for Indonesia’s endangered orangutans has run out of money and is on the brink of closure.
The situation is desperate. More orangutans are coming in than they can cope with, and the huge challenge of finding safe forest to re-home them is ever-present.
If money can’t be found quickly, the future for these 632 orangutans will be bleak. Dedicated staff will be forced to leave and the centre’s hugely successful rehabilitation programmes will be abandoned.
This centre is the only lifeline for these orphaned and injured orangutans. Without it, orangutans like Kesi will languish in cages with no chance of being released back to the wild. If the cycle of rescue, rehabilitation and release isn’t continued, the opportunity to save more orangutans like Kesi will be lost.
The WSPA is taking worldwide action right now – and with your help aims to raise the money needed to cover the day to day running costs of the sanctuary in the year ahead.
Nyaru Menteng gives orangutans like Kesi a lifeline – and one that simply must be continued.
This is why we need your urgent support. By donating £3 a month to the World Society for the Protection of Animals, you can become a member of The WSPA and help us save animals like Kesi. Please help us save the sanctuary and provide other animals around the world with the help they so desperately need.
On behalf of the orangutans, and all the animals you’ll be helping, thank you.
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