Önkéntes lehetőség: International Animal Rescue's Indonesian Orangutan Centre

Qualified veterinary volunteers are needed for International Animal Rescue's Indonesian Orangutan Centre.

The centre is located in a remote area of Kalimantan, Indonesia and is
isolated from western amenities. Volunteers will work under the
supervision of the resident Veterinarian to nurse and medicate
orang-utans rescued from poaching, habitat destruction or illegal trade.
The aims of the centre are to rehabilitate orang-utans for release into
the wild. This is a unique opportunity to make a direct impact on the
health, welfare and conservation of Asia's only great ape. You will be
responsible for medical care, nutrition, and rehabilitation of rescued
orang-utans, employee health screening (due to zoonotic disease risk)
and care of orphaned young orang-utans. Long hours and night work may be
You will need to be able to follow established protocols and ensure
strict quarantine and biosecurity. You should speak fluent English and
ideally make an effort to learn Bahasan Indonesian. Volunteers are
accepted for periods of 6 months, with longer stays possible, subject to
further discussion. Volunteers should be experienced vets ideally with
some wildlife/primate experience. Possibilities for long term employment
exist for the right candidates

Please contact Alan Knight