Help Plant More Trees

Sumatra's rainforests are under threat from illegal activities like oil palm and rubber plantations. Vital habitat is being damaged and destroyed at an alarming rate. And it's pushing Critically Endangered wildlife like Sumatran elephants ever closer to Extinction.

As the forests disappear, so do the elephants that call it home. That's why we must do all we can to restore this precious ecosystem.

Can you help us plant 12,000 indigenous trees to restore the degraded forest of Gunung Leuser National Park?

Please donate today to fund the women's restoration group and help bring the forest back to life.

Your gift will enable this group of women to make eco planting bags from banana trunks, and grow, plant and care for the tree seedlings.

As we celebrate International Women's Day in March, we are proud to celebrate this all-female team. Not only will this project conserve vital habitat, but it will empower women to take a lead in the transition towards sustainable livelihoods.

Together, we can restore degraded forest. When the forest comes back, so too will the elephants.


Photo credits: Orangutan Information Centre

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