Since the oil palm plantation operations started, the Orang Rimba have lived in the space without proper rehabilitation. Many Orang Rimba have been compelled to stay in small teams of 5 to 10 families, pitching sudungs in oil palm plantations, hurriedly transferring regularly when found and chased by company workers. Human Rights Watch researchers witnessed a number of Orang Rimba women and kids begging along the freeway. AMAN West Kalimantan reported that villagers employed by the company earn between IDR 60,000 and IDR eighty,000 per day (about US$4.25 to $5.65) for eight hours of labor. Prior to the introduction of the plantation to the realm, the majority of family wants were met through resources inside the forests. The out there paid employment doesn’t absolutely compensate for that loss.