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We are working hard to protect the Bornean orangutan and its habitat for future generations. Here are some of the ways we've helped develop a world where orangutans and nature thrive.

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MAWAS: A TALE OF FOREST RESTORATION

The Mawas Conservation Program is just one of the BOS Foundation programs in Central Kalimantan. The project balances forest protection and restoration through the use of natural resource management, sustainable community development...

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FICUS RACEMOSA: COMMON, BUT STILL SPECIAL

The Ficus racemosa or, as it is commonly known, the cluster fig tree can be found growing throughout the Kehje Sewen Forest in East Kalimantan.   

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THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN UPHOLDING WEHEA DAYAK CULTURE

In the Wehea Dayak community, the important roles played in traditional events and rituals do not solely belong to men; it is the Wehea Dayak women who conduct some of the most intricate tasks. So, what do their roles involve?

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A JUNGLE COVID ‘CLINIC’

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to adjust our daily lives and, oftentimes, learn new skills that we never would have expected to need before. The members of our Post-Release Monitoring (PRM) team at Camp Nles Mamse in the Kehje Sewen Forest..

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RICE HARVEST RITUAL OF THE WEHEA DAYAK

The BOS Foundation works in support of not only orangutans, but also the indigenous communities that inhabit and neighbour the forests of Kalimantan. One of these tribes, the Wehea Dayak, has a rich culture seeped in traditions and rituals that we...

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