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Socialisation to prevent illegal Capture of Orangutan at Hapesong Baru Village (January 19, 2020)
Posted on 14:03 January 24th, 2020


This socialization activity was carried out on January 17, 2020 at the GESBA Church, Hapesong Baru Village, Batangtoru - South Tapanuli. Through this religious event, the priest Selianus Zega persuade his congregation to not do illegal activity while they doing daily activities inside the forest, particularly not capture Orangutan and other protected wildlife.



The priest, Selianus Zega (left), campaigning message for local community to prevent illegal capture of Orangutan (2020.01.19).





The participants of the religious event at GESBA Church



Coordination meeting with the priest, Selianus Zega (right)



GESBA Church,  Dusun Hulu Ala - Hapesong Baru Village. Batangtoru-South Tapanuli, North Sumatra.







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