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PASA members have been severely affected by the Coronavirus crisis. Click here to see how the Alliance is protecting primates from COVID-19.

Help us save endangered species like chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and monkeys. PASA is the largest association of wildlife centers in Africa, with 23 members in 13 countries. Together, we’re securing a future for Africa’s primates. 

PASA is among the highest rated animal charities. We have a Platinum rating from Guidestar and are Top Rated by Great Nonprofits. Over 83% of donations go directly to programs in Africa, so our members can rescue apes and monkeys from the illegal wildlife trade and provide lifetime care. 

Celebrating 20 years of rescuing endangered apes and monkeys!

For 20 years, PASA has been racing against time to save endangered primate species. Over the past 20 years, the alliance has saved the lives of thousands of animals, but sanctuaries in Africa are facing difficult times while on lockdown due to the global coronavirus pandemic. To survive another 20 years, apes and monkeys need YOU to donate.

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PASA member sanctuary Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo have been awarded a grant from Arcus Foundation - Great Ape Conservation 🤗👏Arcus’ Great Apes & Gibbons program strategy is driven by its mission to ensure conservation and respect for the world’s gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, orangutans, and gibbons, who are under threat in every country where they live. In 2018, Arcus awarded more than $12 million to organizations working to conserve and protect the world’s great apes and gibbons. 👏❤Lola Ya Bonobo will use funds to increase the sustainability of their sanctuary, the world’s only bonobo sanctuary, by investing in high standards of care, strengthening relationships with local agencies and authorities, and improving financial management. 👏❤

PASA member sanctuary Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo have been awarded a grant from Arcus Foundation - Great Ape Conservation 🤗👏

Arcus’ Great Apes & Gibbons program strategy is driven by its mission to ensure conservation and respect for the world’s gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, orangutans, and gibbons, who are under threat in every country where they live. In 2018, Arcus awarded more than $12 million to organizations working to conserve and protect the world’s great apes and gibbons. 👏❤

Lola Ya Bonobo will use funds to increase the sustainability of their sanctuary, the world’s only bonobo sanctuary, by investing in high standards of care, strengthening relationships with local agencies and authorities, and improving financial management. 👏❤
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Enrichment is an important aspect of caring for primates, especially those who are rescued. 🐒

Check out this natural enrichment Limbe Wildlife Centre provided for their Mona monkeys. A tree trunk creates hours of fun for these monkeys. These types of enrichments are very important to stimulate and inspire these animals to enforce their natural behavior and instincts such as foraging for food, climbing and eating little insects. 🦗

📽: Limbe Wildlife Centre
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Mais qu’est-ce que c’est ??? ☺️

So much like humans. My heart goes out to those babies who lost their mother. Gorillas, chimps, monkeys, orangutans should not be a human’s pet or bushmeat. These precious animals need their mother and family members. ❤️🇺🇸

Just like little humans 🙈🙊🙉💖

Danna is the future for wildlife conservation! Dogs are a crucial aspect in catching smuggled wildlife and wildlife parts. Their powerful noses help them find items humans may overlook. Good dog, Danna!

Lilongwe Wildlife Trust
Ever enthusiastic Danna, the youngest member of Malawi's Wildlife Detection Dog Unit, can sometimes be a little speedy during luggage searches. During this training exercise we put some bags in a circle and she managed to find the pangolin scales first time! With thanks to C. Steinweg Bridge for providing the training location. For more info about the unit: www.lilongwewildlife.org/dogunit #WDDU #detectiondogs #workingdogs #wildlifecrime #malawi #snifferdogs
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PASA member sanctuary Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo have been awarded a grant from Arcus Foundation - Great Ape Conservation 🤗👏Arcus’ Great Apes & Gibbons program strategy is driven by its mission to ensure conservation and respect for the world’s gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, orangutans, and gibbons, who are under threat in every country where they live. In 2018, Arcus awarded more than $12 million to organizations working to conserve and protect the world’s great apes and gibbons. 👏❤Lola Ya Bonobo will use funds to increase the sustainability of their sanctuary, the world’s only bonobo sanctuary, by investing in high standards of care, strengthening relationships with local agencies and authorities, and improving financial management. 👏❤

PASA member sanctuary Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo have been awarded a grant from Arcus Foundation - Great Ape Conservation 🤗👏

Arcus’ Great Apes & Gibbons program strategy is driven by its mission to ensure conservation and respect for the world’s gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, orangutans, and gibbons, who are under threat in every country where they live. In 2018, Arcus awarded more than $12 million to organizations working to conserve and protect the world’s great apes and gibbons. 👏❤

Lola Ya Bonobo will use funds to increase the sustainability of their sanctuary, the world’s only bonobo sanctuary, by investing in high standards of care, strengthening relationships with local agencies and authorities, and improving financial management. 👏❤
... See MoreSee Less

Enrichment is an important aspect of caring for primates, especially those who are rescued. 🐒

Check out this natural enrichment Limbe Wildlife Centre provided for their Mona monkeys. A tree trunk creates hours of fun for these monkeys. These types of enrichments are very important to stimulate and inspire these animals to enforce their natural behavior and instincts such as foraging for food, climbing and eating little insects. 🦗

📽: Limbe Wildlife Centre
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Comment on Facebook

Mais qu’est-ce que c’est ??? ☺️

So much like humans. My heart goes out to those babies who lost their mother. Gorillas, chimps, monkeys, orangutans should not be a human’s pet or bushmeat. These precious animals need their mother and family members. ❤️🇺🇸

Just like little humans 🙈🙊🙉💖

Danna is the future for wildlife conservation! Dogs are a crucial aspect in catching smuggled wildlife and wildlife parts. Their powerful noses help them find items humans may overlook. Good dog, Danna!

Lilongwe Wildlife Trust
Ever enthusiastic Danna, the youngest member of Malawi's Wildlife Detection Dog Unit, can sometimes be a little speedy during luggage searches. During this training exercise we put some bags in a circle and she managed to find the pangolin scales first time! With thanks to C. Steinweg Bridge for providing the training location. For more info about the unit: www.lilongwewildlife.org/dogunit #WDDU #detectiondogs #workingdogs #wildlifecrime #malawi #snifferdogs
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Great work... Dogs are amazing... Xx

She is beautiful!

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