Partners

IdOU has collaborated with the partners that share the same objective. A partner means that an organization has or once had a collaborated activity with IdOU, and among IdOU’s partners are:

Institution Context
Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)

Some personnel of LIPI were involved in early development of IdOU. LIPI also helped conducted the first ornithological seminar held in Bogor
PILI-Green Network

It used to be called “PILI-NGO Movement”. PILI, since 2004, has facilitated the initial effort to form IdOU. Until 2008, and within collaboration scheme, PILI and IdOU published Kukila and Bird Checklist as well as once held some invited talks. PILI had also provided secretariat support for IdOU activities.
Oriental Bird Club (OBC)

OBC through the Smythis Fund has collaborated with IdOU in revising the Indonesian Bird Checklist No. 2
Kutilang Indonesia

In addresing case of avian influenza outbreak in Indonesia, IdOU has collaborated with Kutilang Indonesia Foundation (KIF) to establish a surveillance system to help the government monitor and manage the case in particularly in wild bird conservation aspects. Project management and field activities have been coordinated by the KIF, and a guideline for those who would like to carry out avian influenza-wild birds related studies has been produced by this collaborative project and can be obtained at the foundation.
Bogor Agricultural University

Departement of Forest Resource Conservation and Ecotourism, Faculty of Forestry, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, collaborated with School of Environmental and Life Sciences, Charles Darwin University and Indonesian Ornithologists’ Union (IdOU) conducting a scientific writing and grant application for environmental and agricultural sciences. The course held on 24-30 April 2008 and supported by Atse Crawford Fund.
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