ProFauna Indonesia is a non-government organisation working for the protection of wild animals and their habitat. Established in Malang City, East Java in 1994 it has offices in Jakarta and Bali funded by Born Free Foundation and Humane Society International (Australia), with members throughout the country.
ProFauna is the only animal protection organisation in Indonesia with a membership system, with members making a significant contribution to voluntary activities and enabling the organisation, despite limited staff, to achieve a great deal more than otherwise would be possible.
The majority of ProFauna's work involves campaigning for the protection of wild animals, investigation into the trade in wild-caught animals and animal rescue, all using non-violent means.
ProFauna Bali has also been involved in significant wildlife seizures recently which included several endangered marine turtles, ivory pieces and birds among other animals.
For some of their activities please see below: