Biodiversity conservation

The Kukang Rescue program has four main objectives:

1. Cooperation with local government agencies to enforce laws protecting slow lorises.

2. Operation of a rescue and rehabilitation centre for confiscated slow lorises.

3. Raising awareness about the illegal trade in animals and protect slow lorises.

4. Building an Indonesian team, which will implement most of the conservation activities associated with slow lorises.

A non-profit association with the intention to set up and protect the endangered and exceptional biodiversity of the Philippines through long-term rescue programs. Talarak is an educational and educational activity among inhabitants of endangered forests, especially on the island of Negros, where is the rescue centre located.

We aim to protect the most valuable parts of the basin of Balikpapan Bay, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. The territory adjacent to the metropolitan city of Balikpapan includes a variety of natural ecosystems – both primary and secondary tropical rain forests, mangroves, coral reefs, and shallow coastal sea. It is home to a range of endangered species of plants and animals, including the Irrawaddy dolphin, dugong, proboscis monkey, orang-utan, gibbons, Malayan sun bear, and clouded leopard.

The main goal is to help Indonesia to streamline the protection of sea turtles and reduce the illegal sale of turtle products at marketplaces. Further increase public awareness, especially in the Czech Republic, of the situation of sea turtles and the causes of threat to these rare reptiles.

Project aimed at elephant protection in Central Africa (Cameroon, Gabon, Congo, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria). Increasing pressure from the black market again threatens the remaining living African elephant population strongly. The aim of the project is therefore to detect and combat poaching and above all to prevent it.

Since its foundation, this civic association has been dealing with the issue of environmental protection and its sustainable use, especially in connection with the palm industry. Through its activities, it seeks to extend this topic to all levels of society and in this way to achieve the highest possible awareness of the problems of developing countries in particular, which are mostly affected by the negative aspects of globalization.

Biodiversity conservation

The Kukang Rescue program has four main objectives:

1. Cooperation with local government agencies to enforce laws protecting slow lorises.

2. Operation of a rescue and rehabilitation centre for confiscated slow lorises.

3. Raising awareness about the illegal trade in animals and protect slow lorises.

4. Building an Indonesian team, which will implement most of the conservation activities associated with slow lorises.

A non-profit association with the intention to set up and protect the endangered and exceptional biodiversity of the Philippines through long-term rescue programs. Talarak is an educational and educational activity among inhabitants of endangered forests, especially on the island of Negros, where is the rescue centre located.

Since its foundation, this civic association has been dealing with the issue of environmental protection and its sustainable use, especially in connection with the palm industry. Through its activities, it seeks to extend this topic to all levels of society and in this way to achieve the highest possible awareness of the problems of developing countries in particular, which are mostly affected by the negative aspects of globalization.

Project aimed at elephant protection in Central Africa (Cameroon, Gabon, Congo, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria). Increasing pressure from the black market again threatens the remaining living African elephant population strongly. The aim of the project is therefore to detect and combat poaching and above all to prevent it.

We aim to protect the most valuable parts of the basin of Balikpapan Bay, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. The territory adjacent to the metropolitan city of Balikpapan includes a variety of natural ecosystems – both primary and secondary tropical rain forests, mangroves, coral reefs, and shallow coastal sea. It is home to a range of endangered species of plants and animals, including the Irrawaddy dolphin, dugong, proboscis monkey, orang-utan, gibbons, Malayan sun bear, and clouded leopard.

The main goal is to help Indonesia to streamline the protection of sea turtles and reduce the illegal sale of turtle products at marketplaces. Further increase public awareness, especially in the Czech Republic, of the situation of sea turtles and the causes of threat to these rare reptiles.

Development of local communities

Throughout all archipelago we initiate Eco-Libraries and provide children’s books in Indonesian language about animals, plants and environment to make the kids curious about Nature so they would fall in love with it and protect it. Moreover we’re developing Eco-Activities and games that inspire children to have sustainable lifestyles. They will become eco-literate which is an important value for humans in order to thrive on this planet.

This project has been running since 2006 in the southeastern shore of Lake Turkana in northern Kenya, and its priority objective is to protect indigenous herdsmen from rabies disease by vaccination of pets, especially dogs. The indisputable “outcome” of this project is the fact that there has been no fatal case of rabies in the area throughout its lifetime, although people have died relatively often of this disease in the past.

(my Electronic Loan Exchange Network) is a Czech portal focusing on financing sustainable projects in developing countries. Via myELEN.com everyone can financially support chosen entrepreneur or microfinancial institution and get back the principal with fixed interest.

 

The aim of our business is not only profit but also help to solve a specific problem, because we believe that prosperity of individuals leads to prosperity of the whole society.

The organization is based in Ostrava, but most of its activities are managed from Olomouc. The development project is being implemented in East Africa in southwestern Tanzania, namely in the Mbeya region of rural areas in Mahango, Malawatu, Utengule Usangu and Iduya.

Kola pro Afrika, o.p.s. was founded in 2012 in Ostrava. Inspired by Jole Rider and Bicycles for Humanity, as well as the founders’ personal experiences. The mission of the organization is to enable children in Africa to travel to education thanks to bicycles donated by people in the Czech Republic. The bikes brought to Africa promote overall literacy, greater employment opportunities and increased citizens’ civil status.

We primarily send trained volunteers to developing countries (Mexico and Indonesia) for free English teaching in a highly efficient way. The assistance is aimed at rural areas with tourist potential. The idea is to enable residents to gain a better position in the local labour market, or to start their business activities related to (eco) tourism.

Development of local communities

Throughout all archipelago we initiate Eco-Libraries and provide children’s books in Indonesian language about animals, plants and environment to make the kids curious about Nature so they would fall in love with it and protect it. Moreover we’re developing Eco-Activities and games that inspire children to have sustainable lifestyles. They will become eco-literate which is an important value for humans in order to thrive on this planet.

We primarily send trained volunteers to developing countries (Mexico and Indonesia) for free English teaching in a highly efficient way. The assistance is aimed at rural areas with tourist potential. The idea is to enable residents to gain a better position in the local labour market, or to start their business activities related to (eco) tourism.

This project has been running since 2006 in the southeastern shore of Lake Turkana in northern Kenya, and its priority objective is to protect indigenous herdsmen from rabies disease by vaccination of pets, especially dogs. The indisputable “outcome” of this project is the fact that there has been no fatal case of rabies in the area throughout its lifetime, although people have died relatively often of this disease in the past.

Kola pro Afrika, o.p.s. was founded in 2012 in Ostrava. Inspired by Jole Rider and Bicycles for Humanity, as well as the founders’ personal experiences. The mission of the organization is to enable children in Africa to travel to education thanks to bicycles donated by people in the Czech Republic. The bikes brought to Africa promote overall literacy, greater employment opportunities and increased citizens’ civil status.

(my Electronic Loan Exchange Network) is a Czech portal focusing on financing sustainable projects in developing countries. Via myELEN.com everyone can financially support chosen entrepreneur or microfinancial institution and get back the principal with fixed interest.

The aim of our business is not only profit but also help to solve a specific problem, because we believe that prosperity of individuals leads to prosperity of the whole society.

The organization is based in Ostrava, but most of its activities are managed from Olomouc. The development project is being implemented in East Africa in southwestern Tanzania, namely in the Mbeya region of rural areas in Mahango, Malawatu, Utengule Usangu and Iduya.