Supported projects

2018 – Members voted to support an “Orangutan Caring Scholarship”

Play with us on the finest internet casino on the net during 50 freispiele book of dead ohne einzahlung 2020. Doubled first deposit! Go over in addition to earn! Orangutan Caring Scholarships contribute to the tuition fees for young women to enter programs of biology, forestry and veterinary science in North Sumatra, West Borneo and Acehnese colleges and universities. Each scholarship is for four years and is valued at AUD$2,000. The scholarships address the barriers faced by women to access higher education, particularly in the field of science. The opportunity to gain a higher education advances gender equality, including empowering women to access a better income and to contribute to decision-making about their local environment. Without the scholarships, many women would not have the opportunity to further their education. The scholarships establish a group of community leaders who are knowledgeable and sympathetic to the conservation of orangutans and their forest habitat. The scholarships build capacity of young scientists and contribute to sustainable development. The Orang Utan Republik Foundation delivers the scholarships with NGO partners OIC and YP. The scholarship awardees provide outreach programs to grade school students helping young Indonesians to learn about local environmental issues that impact on their communities and empower young people to contribute to improving their local environment. Men are also eligible to apply for the scholarships. WGF logo - 3390848_4_orangutan_caring_scholarships_photo_2_of_3_-_student_in_laboratory_class A previous awardee of the Orangutan Caring Scholarship (supported by The Orangutan Project and the Orang Utan Republik Foundation)

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