Swirling Bluetail Unicornfishes at Komodo National Park in Indonesia.
Swirling Bluetail Unicornfishes at Komodo National Park in Indonesia. Swirling Bluetail Unicornfishes at Komodo National Park in Indonesia. © Jeff Yonover

About Us

Where We Work

We work with communities throughout Indonesia to ensure sustainable conservation of nature for its people.

Nature for People in Indonesia

Indonesia's forests, marine ecosystems and fisheries are some of the most diverse in the world. We're working to ensure that conservation can be done sustainably and with the support and partnership of local communities. Learn more about our projects via the map below.

Wakatobi
Wakatobi, Indonesia, a part of the Coral Triangle.
Lora Lindu
Lora Lindu, Indonesia, part of the Coral Triangle, and the Conservancy's Regional Forest Program.
Raja Ampat
A group of islands located in West Papua, and impacted by Coral Triangle and Regional Forest Program work.
Komodo
Komodo, Indonesia.
Sawu Island
Sawu Island
Sawu Island, Indonesia.
Berau
Berau, Indonesia.
Wehea Forest
Wehea Forest, Indonesia
Nusa Penida
Nusa Penida, Indonesia

Our Work in Indonesia