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Eyes on Leuser conservation/media project
Eyes on Leuser is a conservation / media project which started in June 2011 and will continue until at least the end of 2012. The goal of the project is to create a video database of the exceptionally rich biodiversity of the Leuser ecosystem in Northern Sumatra, Indonesia.
International Rhino Foundation
The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring the survival the five living species of rhinoceros through conservation and research. IRF was formed in1989, initially to assist in the conservation of black rhinos in Zimbabwe through both in situ and ex situ efforts. It has since expanded its mission to encompass all five species of rhino. IRF programs concentrate on the species most in need of, and most appropriate for, intensive protection and management. For its programs in captivity, IRF facilitates management and sponsors research with the ultimate objective of helping captive populations become truly viable and hence an integral part of conservation strategies for rhinos. (www.rhinos-irf.org).
Yayasan Badak Indonesia
The Yayasan Badak Indonesia (YABI) was formally established in December 2006 with support of the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry – Directorate General of Forest Protection and Nature Conservation (PHKA) which is responsible as the authority for the protection, conservation of species including rhino in Indonesia. The Memorandum of Understanding between YABI and PHKA has been signed. YABI’s strategy and action plan are in line with both government policies on species conservation as well as other groups, such as IRF and the IUCN/SSC Asian Rhino Specialist Group, for both in situ and ex situ programs. YABI focuses on rhino protection, breeding, research and education, fundraising and ecotourism, and communication and information, and its Board includes representation from Indonesia, the Netherlands, Malaysia and Australia.