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Ecosystem Conservation

Mitigation of Human – Wildlife Conflict

Wildlife Monitoring & Protection

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Wildlife Monitoring & Protection

Mitigation of Human – Wildlife Conflict

Wildlife Monitoring & Protection

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Mitigation of Human – Wildlife Conflict

Mitigation of Human – Wildlife Conflict

Mitigation of Human – Wildlife Conflict

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Research & Development

Community Development & Eco-tourism

Environmental Education

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Environmental Education

Community Development & Eco-tourism

Environmental Education

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Community Development & Eco-tourism

Community Development & Eco-tourism

Community Development & Eco-tourism

Foundation's Update

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The  Sumatra Gayo highland is not only famous for its huge Arabica coffee plantation in Indonesia, but also it is the home for birds diversity. Supported by Dean’s Beans Organic  Coffee  Co, our team has completed half way of birds diversity survey around coffee  plantations in Bener Meriah District of Gayo and found more  than 70 birds species calling, singing, feeding and perching around the  coffee farms.

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In partnership and supported by Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Co, the foundation managed to rehabilitate and reconstruct One Kilometer of community water piping system which included water in-take and water distribution tanks for Sumatra Gayo coffee farmers residence in Kenawat Redelong, Bener Meriah, Aceh province. The project benefited to 250 villagers (70 households), water access to coffee farms, public facilities including baths and cemetery.

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LIF and Centre of Wildlife Studies in  Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Syiah Kuala University, Aceh Indonesia  have agreed to work in partnership  to strengthen wildlife conservation in Aceh Province and Sumatra. The  MOU was signed on November 15th 2019. 

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LIF supported by PT. Venamon Shoes, Bandung distributed 8 pairs of boots for the Mabout in Peusangan CRU located in Pintu Rime Gayo District, Bener Meriah, Aceh Province.
The  Conservation Response Unit (CRU) is managed by Natural Resources and  Conservation Agency (BKSDA) and supported by Aceh environment and forest  service (DLHK) and some private donors.

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LIF in partnership with Dean’s Beans Coffee Co from Boston USA,  have successfully developed and planted more than 11,000 local hardwood  trees around the Arabica coffee farms area in Gayo, the province of  Aceh, Sumatra Indonesia. 

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Account Name: Yayasan Leuser Internasional

Account No:   3230-203-224 (in Rupiah) and  3230-203-440 (in USD)

Name of Bank: Bank Negara Indonesia

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