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Tasikoki Wildlife Rescue Centre Sulawesi Indonesia

Published on  January 3rd, 2015



Founded in 2001 by Dr. Willie Smits ( Indonesian,
born in The Netherlands), the aim of Yayasan
Masarang, in English “The Masarang Foundation”,
is to save the envirement through the active parti-
cipation of local people. Through its projects, the
foundation works on solutions for the most pressing
problems the world currently faces: climate change,
loss of biodiversity, poverty and underdevelopment.
Overseas chapters of the Masarang Foundation
(such as in Europe and Hongkong) help to make its
work visible.
Info:
http://www.tasikoki.org/volunteering/

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Tasikoki Wildlife Rescue Centre PPST
Tasikoki Wildlife Rescue Centre, Jl. Raya Tanjung Merah-kema, Pimpin Jaga xv desa Watudambo,
Kec. kauditan,North Minahasa, North Sulawesi 95000, Indonesië
+62 813-3854-3273

History – Tasikoki Wildlife
tasikokiwildlife.wildlifedirect.org/history/ Vertaal deze pagina
This centre is one of the several wildlife rescue centres and wildlife transfer stations set up by the
Gibbon Foundation to ... The
Tasikoki centre has been established in a strategic location to tackle
the cross-border trade from ...
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Volunteer opportunites in Indonesia
naturetravelspecialists.com/.../indonesiavolunteeropps...Vertaal deze pagina
Tasikoki Wildlife Rescue & Education Centre ... will be involved with a small bit of sanctuary
care as well as pre and
post release monitoring and surveying.


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