ABOUT OUR WORK

We began in December 2017.

While working near the Kerinci Seblat National Park on the island of Sumatra, in Indonesia, Pungky Nanda Pratama watched as logging, poaching and illegal plantations tore into one of Indonesia's last wildernesses.

He saw the next generation growing up with destruction as their normal.

And he knew that the survival of these hills lay inside the hearts of these children.

Armed with a point-and-shoot camera, he made this video, raised a year's funding, and began to teach.

THE EDUCATION SYLLABUS

Pungky's self-made education syllabus is split into five parts:

1. Our Forest, Our Life

2. The Lives of Animals

3. Rivers, the Source of Life

4. Pollution

Human-Wildlife Conflict

PUNGKY NANDA PRATAMA / ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATOR

Since early 2016 Pungky has been living in the border zone of the Kerinci Seblat National Park. He holds a bachelor's in Aquaculture, and has documented frogs in the Bornean jungle, conserved turtles in southern Java, and released illegally trafficked animals back into the wild in Sumatra. He's also an amateur photographer. Please click here to find out more about him.

THE CHILDREN!

Of course, we'd be nothing without our eager troops of students.

JOSHUA PARFITT / WEBSITE WRITER

Website design and translation is done by English freelance writer Joshua Parfitt. Please click here to find out more about him.

PLANTS & ANIMALS

We'd be even less without them. Though they don't always appreciate the care.

Check out Pungky's report on the programme's development, one year on.

Check out the Pungky's Flora Conservation Act, preserving rare orchids.

Check out the Pungky's Mobile Library Project.

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