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At the beginning of 2022, still in a pandemic situation, we accepted a total of eight intern students and one final-year student who was doing co-assistance to obtain a veterinary degree. Before carrying out internship activities at our place, all medical examinations must be completed to prevent the spread of the virus.

When there was an intern student, it coincided with the time for a medical examination on two long-tailed monkeys named Bejo and Agam. This can also be a direct lesson for students in conducting wildlife inspections. We carry out this health examination test regularly, every 6 months. The results of the health of the two macaques living in one large enclosure are quite good, but they need to diet because they are overweight. In addition to examining primates, apprentices were also invited to participate in morphometry on baby-sized Malayan giant turtles. Apart from students from Indonesia, we have also started to open internship programs for foreign students, but by following the policies of the Indonesian government regarding travel regulations. We hope that these travel requirements will not burden foreign nationals and that we can share experiences and knowledge about wildlife.

Hopefully, this year will be a good start for all of us to start getting up during the pandemic. In addition to the adoption program and conservation education, we continue to open a donation program through the kitabisa.com platform to support our operations.

We have also created a year-end newsletter containing our achievements in 2021, which can be downloaded via this link.

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Tojeiro volunteered at WRC in 2018 and instantly fell in love. He decided to leave his job in the Netherlands to work alongside our keepers, managing projects and making sure all the animals get the best care possible. During the relocation period, Tojeiro studied animal health management to increase his capacity in the field of animal welfare.