Jord is proud to announce its commitment to co-finance and support the establishment of a marine conservation initiative in Indonesia.

With the COVID pandemic continuing, it was another big year for the Jord Group. Despite the uncertainty and challenges in business conditions, we managed to execute and deliver to our clients’ requirements and built a healthy backlog of new work to establish a strong foundation for the new year. Here are a few of our favourite things from 2021.

JET continues to get its feet wet, providing key support to a major marine conservation project off the east coast of Indonesia’s Bintan Island.

Jord’s 2020 tour was somewhat compromised by the ravages of Covid. Or so we thought.

Bush Heritage’s Greg Carroll showcased his photography skills when Jord staff visited the remote Naree Reserve

We interviewed CEO Angus Holden and GM of Ideas Nipen Shah about the foundation.

In 2016, JET Foundation funded a program to provide clean water & sanitation systems to Sisobahili , a remote village on the island of Nias, off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia.

 

Bush Heritage Australia purchased Boolcoomatta in 2006 and is painstakingly restoring the land to its original condition. A dozen Jord staff enjoyed a long weekend on the property, engaging in some bush regeneration activities.

Jord’s JET trust funded the installation of a 10 kW solar powered energy system to provide the necessary power that allows Bush Heritage residents and visiting scientists to conduct station management and research projects in relative comfort.

JET funded a project to upgrade the water treatment and storage capability of the staff quarters.

In November 2013 super typhoon Yolanda – the strongest typhoon recorded in Philipino history – left at least 10,000 killed.