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A TOUR THROUGH THE ORANGUTAN STATION

We invite you to get to know our rescue and rehabilitation station, an important part of our Orangutan Conservation Programme. Orangutans pass through…

DRONES HELP TO PROTECT THE RAIN FOREST

Our team of the Sumatra Orangutan Conservation Program has been using drones for several years. Their use has a wide range of objectives:…

ANNUAL REVIEW IN PICTURES

2016 is history. Gratefully, we look back on a busy but successful year. [slider source="media: 7545,7548,7551,7554,7557,7560,7563,7581,7569,7572,7575,7578" limit="16" target="blank" width="720" height="440" centered="no" pages="no" autoplay="0"…

OCEANS FULL OF PLASTIC

The Puntondo environmental education center (PPLH) on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, which is supported by PanEco, has found a local solution against…

HOW VOLUNTEERS CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Thanks to the devoted support of two voluntary helpers, work in the rescue and rehabilitation station of our Sumatran-Orangutan-Conservation-Programme, has been considerably made…

STEP-BY-STEP TO RECOVERY

An orangutan was brought to our rescue and rehabilitation station with 56 bullets in his body. After two successful surgeries, a third one…

#SAVELEUSERECOSYSTEM

Yesterday a court in Sumatra should decide, whether the Leuser ecosystem will be better protected in the future. The cancellation of the currently…

BEFORE THE FLOOD

At the end of October, Hollywood actor Leonardo Di Caprio and National Geographic launched their latest documentary «Before the Flood». Our Sumatran Orangutan…

BUSY TIMES IN SUMATRA

13 new arrivals in less than three months! Thats the sad summary of this years summer. Now it`s time to feed up our…

ORANG UTAN COFFEE

What do orangutans and coffee have in common? You can find the answer consisted as a project, which was initiated by our partner…

KRISMON LEARNS HOW TO BE AN APE

At the end of May, Krismon arrived at the rescue and rehabilitation station in our Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme. After years in captivity…

20 YEARS OF COMMITMENT TO ENDANGERED SPECIES AND THEIR NATURAL HABITAT

We celebrated our 20-year-anniversary at the end of August. Since 1996, PanEco has been involved in nature and wildlife conservation in Switzerland as…

A SCHOOL FOR SUMATRA ORANGUTANS: WHERE YOUNG ANIMALS LEARN HOW TO CLIMB

Today, Ganteng climbs as a free orangutan through the Jantho rainforest. This is the result of a training programme which was developed especially…

PANECO ANNUAL REPORT 2015

At the end of 2015 the PanEco Foundation marked 20 years of commitment. In our annual report we look back on a great…

PANECO RESIGNS FROM RSPO OVER «SHEER LEVEL OF INACTION»

On the 10th of May 2016, the PanEco Foundation submitted its letter of resignation to the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO). The…