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Dayak Ngaju Community

Garung & Gohong Village, Borneo

In 2015, Borneo made headlines around the world as catastrophic fires swept through the world’s largest peatland rainforest. As a result, the Dayak Ngaju faced immense challenges with Over 5,000 hectares of thriving forest in nearby Garung and Gohong village transformed into barren grasslands.

Supporting the Dayak Ngaju is an exceptional opportunity to help those on the frontlines of the climate crisis and rejuvenate the land decimated by these historic wildfires. Through implementation of an agroforestry program incorporating endemic hardwood, fruit and rubber trees, the biodiversity can be restored while providing economic opportunities to safeguard their future.

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