The Sumatra Nature Biodiversity Conservation (SNBC) is a non-governmental conservation organisation focused on sustainable conservation efforts to preserve biodiversity, environment and local communities.
We support and empower community-led initiatives aimed at protecting rainforests and biodiversity through a range of programmes . We have a collaborative partnership in Sumatra where we provide camera traps in little-researched and understudied areas to observe, monitor and preserve wildlife and their habitats in the areas where deforestation and human-wildlife conflict are common.
Mission & Vision
Mission statement : To connect people with nature and wilderness through advocacy, educational and public outreach programmes.
To promote and conserve local biodiversity and its habitat
To work locally to improve the social, economical and environmental wellbeing of our local communities
To inspire stakeholders with our passion, vision and dedication for a sustainable and greener nation
To promote environmental education to influence beliefs, values and action for the younger generation, individuals and communities in upholding conservation principles
Vision statement : A world where people feel connected to do their part to protect wildlife and embrace nature
Passion - We are driven by our love for nature and the clear purpose in conservation and promoting biodiversity.
Integrity - We uphold honesty and integrity in every aspect of our work.
Leadership - We strive to be the leading advocate in conservation and to inspire others to support our common vision.
Sustainability - We advocate and promote conservation efforts that meet the present needs of the local communities and the environment with sustainable social values and ethical ecotourism principles.
Conservation - Focuses on holistic and sustainable programmes for the conservation and preservation of our nature and wildlife.
Accountability - Responsible to our stakeholders, partners, patrons and supporters.
Commitment - Our dedication towards building relationships, establishing partnerships with all stakeholders, local communities, corporations and government agencies.
In partnership with World Beyond Foundation Ltd to establish an Indonesian Foundation of Sumatra Nature & Biodiversity Conservation Foundation (SNBCF)
In Collaboration with Directorate Natural Resources and Ecosystem Conservation of Indonesia, Ministry of Forestry and Environment of Indonesia and Kemitraan Partnership succeed created a short documentary of Conservation Effort in South Sumatra including Environmental Education (The Jungle Library Project) and also Camera Trap (The Sumatra Camera Trap Project) as a Promotion Documentary of Conservation Relationship between Government and Conservationist/Conservation Organization.
In partnership with Natural Resources Conservation Agency of South Sumatra Region II (SKW II, BKSDA Sumatra Selatan) and Cultural & Education Authority of Lahat to lead Environmental Education Programme in 9 different village where located in the border of Isau-Isau Wildlife Reserve, Pagar Gunung District Area. South Sumatra
Pioneering Camera Trap Program under The Sumatra Camera Trap Project in partnership with Natural Resources Conservation Agency of South Sumatra Region II (SKW II, BKSDA Sumatra Selatan). We start to deploy first camera trap to collect data of endangered and protected Fauna in Isau – Isau Wildlife Reserve. Project runs 2018 - ongoing
“BirdwatchFun” is a signature project by The Jungle Library Project collaborate with Green-books.org to bring excitement to young generation about bird species as a part of solution to combat song bird poaching. Project runs 2018 - ongoing
Pioneering Environmental Education Program in the Remotest village of (Sri Pengantin Village) where located in the Border of Kerinci Seblat National Park. It is the first and only environmental education programme in Southern Sumatra. Project runs 2017- ongoing.
Pioneering Flora Rescue Project in partnership with Natural Resources Conservation Agency of South Sumatra Region II (SKW II, BKSDA Sumatra Selatan) Project runs 2017- ongoing.
Mobile Library Project is a signature project by The Jungle Library Project collaborate with Green-books.org to raise reading pleasure of Eco-literacy to local children living in and around national parks. Runs June 2017 – Feb 2019.