Lone Dröscher Nielsen established the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation to rescue and rehabilitate orangutans with the goal of a return to some sort of wild life. It is now the largest primate rescue project in the world, with more than 600 orangutans in its care.
Towards the end of 2010, thanks to support from a generous donor, IAR was able to purchase 24 hectares (60 acres) of land in Ketapang, Western Borneo, not far from our existing emergency rescue centre. Planning permission was granted for a rehabilitation facility that would house up to 100 orangutans at a time and architect's plans were drawn up and approved. The building project was put out to tender in August 2011 and construction of the perimeter fencing and access roads commenced in October.
Rescued infant orangutans International Animal Rescue - Helping animals around the world. Caught my eye because they have openned a new animal rescue and rehab in West Borneo in response to the dessimation of the orangutan population by the palm oil industry. Worth noting that the palm oil plantations usually burn the orangutans alive to get rid of them. Horrific. Please consider supporting this wonderful organization.