l Aid Network otherwise known as JAAN was established in February 2008 by Femke den Haas, Karin Franken and Natalie Stewart as a central place people could contact/report cases of animal abuse or find out information about animal welfare in Indonesia.
JAAN operates solely on donations from individuals and does not receive any financial support from the government.
Jakarta Animal Aid Network is divided into 2 sections; Domestic and Wildlife.
Domestic Welfare includes everything that we do to help domestic animals for example Dog and Cat Adoption, ‘Dogs Are Not Food’ campaign, our Cat Sterilization Drives and emergency rescues.
Wildlife Rescue includes all cases that we deal with regarding primates, dolphins, tigers, orangutans and many more. For example, Our ‘Save Dennis’ Campaign or our regular investigation and data collecting to try and put an end to the Illegal Wildlife Trade.
See all of our Campaigns and Programs that are currently running and see what you can do to help us out!
JAAN is ANBI registred – Perkumpulan Jaringan Bantuan Satwa Jakarta met RSIN8243.54.515
WHAT WE STAND FOR Thousands of animals in Indonesia live sad lives. They are often chained, caged, neglected, tortured and abandoned. JAAN is a non-profit organization that strives to reduce their suffering and provide them better living conditions. We believe that no animal deserves cruelty and no wild animal should spend its life in captivity. JAAN runs many programs and also works to help stop illegal trade of wildlife. We focuses on raising awareness about animal suffering and promote compassionate treatment for all Indonesia’s beautiful animals.
JAAN’S goal is to improve the welfare of animals in Indonesia.
Karin Franken, Natalie Stewart and Femke Dan Haas. The 3 founders of Jakarta Animal Aid Network.
Gabi, Karin, Femke and Natalie sitting with these adorable little dogs that were rescued from an abandoned pet store.