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Environmental or Nature Conservation Organisations (Non Governmental Organisations)
29 April 2013
HUTAN, a French grassroots non-profit organisation, established in 1996, works to develop and implement innovative solutions to conserve the orang-utan in Sabah, Malaysia. In 1998, HUTAN initiated the Kinabatangan Orang-utan Conservation Programme - KOCP in collaboration with the Sabah Wildlife Department by establishing a conservation centre in the village of Sukau within the Kinabatangan floodplain. Since then HUTAN and KOCP have grown holistically by combining scientific research, protection and management of wildlife habitat, capacity building, awareness campaigns as well as community outreach and development projects. HUTAN - KOCP also works with local communities to address human-wildlife conflict as well as alternative livelihood. Today, our team is composed of 50 highly skilled staff hailing from the Kinabatangan local community, working with immense dedication in close collaboration with an effective network of Sabahan partners including government agencies, Non Governmental Organisations (NGO) and research institutions as well as private stakeholders.
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