Orangutan Veterinary Aid

                             OVAID

                          Registered Charity No: 1167620

 

Cornwall, United Kingdom  :  07836682964  :   info@ovaid.org

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A short video compilation by Kat Bray describingOVAID's Borneo Tour 2018

International Orangutan Day 2016

               A slideshow showing the work of OVAID in conjunction with SOCP.

Shot at Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme quarantine centre, Medan N.Sumatra              where OVAID have been acting as mentor and consultants during 2016

Rescued baby 'Udin' visits baby school

Rescue and translocation of Mama Kasih by International Animal Rescue

 

             GITO!

Gito the little baby orangutan rescued by International Animal Rescue in 2015 and who OVAID helped care for

Borneo report book launch in Kota Kinabalu during the GRASP regional meeting

                                                 July 27th / 28th 2015

 

Concise and factual this video details the threat to the Bornean Orangutan in the next 60 years unless action is taken by both governments and industry to immediately address the issues

 

Debbie moves to COP's new rescue centre. April 2015

YOUR DONATIONS HAVE PLAYED AN IMPORTANT PART PART IN THIS HUMANITARIAN ACT AND ARE CONTINUING TO HELP DEBBIE AND OTHERS IN THEIR NEW HOME.                                                                        SPOT THE OVAID LOGO ON THE TRANSPORT CAGE!

The famous 'Budi'

OVAID has  strong connections and works closely with International Animal Rescue's Orangutan Rescue Centre in west Kalimantan, Borneo.

 

Nigel and Sara have spent several months at the centre volunteering their veterinary and nursing skills in 2014 / 2015 including helping to care for and initiate the rehabilitation process for baby orangutan Budi.

 

This is his story.

With thanks to Conservation International.

Ian Redmond - The gardeners of the Forest

Baby Rickina at International Animal Rescue's orangutan rescue centre, Ketapang

How are trees good for us? 'Sentinel' may hold the answer.

CIFOR’s Robert Nasi on Sentinel Landscapes

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BBC News - baby orangutan rescued from pet trade May 2019