In this guest blog post, Dr. Sarah Walpole reflects on her experience visiting our Indonesian partner Alam Sehat Lestari (ASRI) and participating in their Mobile Clinic program.

In the village

Our day started as usual with the 8 am meeting at ASRI in Sukadana. Then, Docter Ela, the driver and I climbed into the car and set out. We stopped to collect Efan, the nurse, and Aulia, the pharmacist, from their homes. Soon after, we stopped at a council office to collect a projector. In a village further on our car was joined by that of the team who would be projecting a film about orangutans and forest protection to the waiting patients.

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Part 1 of 3 - The Problem

To many people, Borneo is a remote and wild place, an unspoiled tropical island teeming with dense forests, wildlife, and traditional cultures. Throughout the early twentieth century, this view was partly true; the island was over 75% forested and was home to hundreds of thousands of orangutans and other wildlife, in addition to diverse communities of people speaking dozens of different languages. Read More

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Guest blog by Sam Jennings

‘My Daddy is saving rain forests and orangutans!’ says our spirited 4-year-old daughter Isla Boo, to anyone who is interested. And in reality, to many people that are probably not. Bless her, she is a talker, this one. I love to hear the animation in her and Theo’s voices as they talk about their Daddy's new job and feel proud that we have all embraced this change in our lives with passion and enthusiasm as a little family.

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