Save The Rainforest and Endangered Species
Sumatra Rainforest Institute (SRI) is a Indonesian grass-roots organisation (NGO) which focuses on the conservation of the Sumatran rainforest and its endangered species, rescuing wildlife in need as well as assisting local farmers to implement eco-friendly agricultural systems and technology in Northern Sumatra.
- Increase awareness of rainforest conservation issues among local communities;
- enhance the protection of endangered species and their rainforest habitat landscapes;
- conduct applied research on the rainforest and endangered species population issues;
- promote conservation and human welfare through sustainable resource use ;
- facilitate law enforcement where relevant to rainforest and wildlife conservation;
- decrease human-wildlife conflicts around important biodiversity landscapes;
- decrease illegal animal poaching & trading activities;
- purchase key rainforest landscapes to create wilderness reserve areas;
- improve economic stability in rural villages around protected areas through community agroforestry initiatives and volunteer tourism development;
- provide a wildlife rescue service and wildlife rehabilitation facility to support government wildlife conservation initiatives.
Dony Saputra M.Si
Secretarial and Finance
Siska Pebriani S.E
Community Empowerment and Forest Enrichment
Tawanli Simanullang S.Hut M.Pd
Meli Mandasari Harahap SP
Juliana Marpaung S.Hut
M. Rifai Ritonga ST
Forest and Wildlife Protection
Edi Amin S.Si
Rinaldi Hasibuan S.Si
Research and Publications
Hesty Triani S.Hut
SRI: Tapanuli’s Orangutan Protection
The Tapanuli’s Orangutan population is still exist in Tapanuli Fotest Ecosystem. Some forest areas are (1) Batangtoru Forests, (2) Dolok Sibual Buali Nature Reserve, (3) Dolok Sipirok Nature reserve and (4) Lubuk Raya Forest and (5) some community forests
Sumatra Rainforest Institute (SRI) with the Wildlife Protection Division is a grassroot NGO who working in the field to protect the Orangutan population and the rainforest at Tapanuli regencies, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Its under offical MoU with The Ministry of Environment and Forestry- The Nature Conservation Agency of North Sumatra.
Please together with us to protect the Orangutan population in Tapanuli region
SRI: Sumatran Tiger Protection at Tapanuli and Mandheling Region
Sumatra Rainforest Institute (SRI) with the Wildlife Protection Division is working hard to protect the Sumatran Tiger at Tapanuli and Mandheling Region in North Sumatra. Its doing by collaboration and partnership pattern with other NGOs and Goverment Institutions. Our focus tiger habitats are Batang Gadis National Park and Batangtoru Forest Ecosystem Range and Angkola Siondop Forest Ecosystem Range. Please together with us on this critical endangered big cat conservation..together make us strong!
Mandheling Coffee: Agroforestry Coffee Development in Sumatra, Indonesia
DAAI TV ( http://www.daaitv.co.id ) and Sumatra Rainforest Institute/ SRI ( www.sumatranrainforest.org ) in collaboration of sustainable arabica coffee revitalization campaign programme for better local economic incomes for poor farmers and better ecosystem health for planet earth. Its aimed to build awareness and productivity of coffee farmers at Mandailing Natal District, especially farmers who lives around the Mandailing Mountainous. SRI is an small grass-root Indonesian NGO that focussing on wildlife & rainforest conservation programmes, its including development of green local economic (sustainable livelihood) scheme for villagers who lives around bufferzone – Batang Gadis National Park. Its supported by Tropical Forest Conservation Action (TFCA) Sumatera.
Mandheling Coffee: Agroforestry Coffee Development in Bufferzone of Batang Gadis National Park.
Sumatra Rainforest Institute (SRI) is an Indonesian NGO that focussing on wildlife & rainforest conservation programme. The SRI is running some programmes, one of its including development of green local economic (sustainable livelihood) scheme for villagers who lives around bufferzone – Batang Gadis National Park. The 18 farmer groups ( small-holders) in 10 villages with approx 800-1000 (beneficieries) has been involved in the agroforestry coffee programme since 2014-2018.The programme is aimed to make revitalization of quantity & quality of Mandheling Coffee product in the future, The origin mandheling coffee from Mandheling Mountainous Lands. Its supported by Tropical Forest Conservation Action (TFCA) Sumatera.
KEEP BREATHING SUMATRA Short Version English with GB Subtitle
Short version of “KEEP BREATHING SUMATRA” (https://youtu.be/sLILVY8tpRo), in english with english subtitles. Good viewing! … and thanks for your support and relay on theses SRI’s actions. Thanks for your “like”, “share” et coments.