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Indonesia Projects and News

Gili Island Rubbish collecting horses get the thumbs up!

Great news- Delphine Robb and Sarah Best who live and work on the island report that Bert, Oscar, Cream, Dennis, Yahyah, Rohit, Rainbow, ...

Stopping the Monkey Performing Trade in Indonesia

A tiny monkey performs at the polluted intersection of a busy road and moves onto a narrow lane to perform among dozens of mothers and children. ...

In November, a group of 2 vets and 5 vet students travelled to the Gili Islands in Indonesia to conduct a free veterinary clinic for the working cart ponies on the islands. The 2 vets, Dr Kirsten ...

Off the Streets & Back to the Forest


June 6th was the beginning of the Islamic fasting month and it was a rainy month again. Monkeys in rehabilitation are still with AFJ ...

It is still high season on Gili Island and with that comes a lot more tourists. Great news for the tourist operators but not so, for the hardworking horses that are used to cart people, luggage and ...

Off the Streets & Back to the Forest


March was another wet month with daily monsoonal rains so not many monkey performers out and about. The release program is still in the ...

This update comes from Jen Lugton, a vet from Australia who spent a week volunteering her time 

to treat and help the hard working horses on the Gili Islands. She was assisted by a few other ...

Off the Streets and Back to the Forest

February 2016 saw all staff and volunteers on hand to help with the additional monkey care, following up on getting Lucky Luke the Langur’s permit and ...

Off the Streets and Back to the Forest

January 2016 was set to be the release month for the AFJ monkeys but again this was delayed as we waited on the monkey habitat survey team who ...

Off the Streets and Back to the Forest

The last two months of 2015 were busy with observations of the rehabilitation monkeys to evaluate their readiness for release scheduled for December. ...

Off the Streets and Back to the Forest

October was a busy month. We held some education programs and events where we included education on the cruelty of monkey performances and ...

Off the Streets and Back to the Forest

September continued as a hot month with cold days so we continued the live insect and iced food enrichments this month. Femke from JAAN came on ...

In November 2015, Dr Kirsten Jackson, her assistant Claire Sykes and 3 veterinary students, Dianne Wood, Simone Mccolgan and Caitlin Hutcheson travelled to Gili Island in Indonesia to run a free ...

Off the Streets and Back to the Forest

August was a very hot and dry month with cold nights. Topeng Monyet were still scarce this month. This month we promoted more on facebook and ...

Off the Streets and Back to the Forest

As this was the end of the fasting month (17 July) followed by 1-2 week holiday when people returned to their hometowns (similar to ...

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