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The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) is the largest association of wildlife centers in Africa. Our 23 member organizations in 13 countries secure a future for Africa’s primates and their habitat.

The combination of PASA’s global network and our members’ local expertise uniquely positions the Alliance to protect chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and monkeys from extinction.

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Nana and Oumou are two young orphaned chimps rescued within the last year by Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member. They were clinging to each other for comfort. Although they have each other, they also need you. https://pasa.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

A small donation from you can help provide them with everyday needs—from food to veterinary care like worming, medicine and vitamin treatments. Without any of these essentials to keep them healthy, their bond wouldn’t have grown. Here you can see them strengthening their connection through cohesion-building grooming.

Donate today to help keep them and their bond healthy and strong. https://pasa.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

Important note from Chimpanzee Conservation Center:
**Remember: these chimps are not pets, but survivors of poaching and the black market pet trade. The current estimate is that for every chimp that arrives on the black market, not only their mother, but 10 other chimps lost their lives. Please help us protect these wild, endangered animals!

Nana and Oumou are two young orphaned chimps rescued within the last year by Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member. They were clinging to each other for comfort. Although they have each other, they also need you. pasa.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

A small donation from you can help provide them with everyday needs—from food to veterinary care like worming, medicine and vitamin treatments. Without any of these essentials to keep them healthy, their bond wouldn’t have grown. Here you can see them strengthening their connection through cohesion-building grooming.

Donate today to help keep them and their bond healthy and strong. pasa.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

Important note from Chimpanzee Conservation Center:
**Remember: these chimps are not pets, but survivors of poaching and the black market pet trade. The current estimate is that for every chimp that arrives on the black market, not only their mother, but 10 other chimps lost their lives. Please help us protect these wild, endangered animals!
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7 hours ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

Bouka sure enjoys his outdoor gym at Sanaga-Yong, a PASA member sanctuary in Cameroon. ☺️ We love seeing him out and about, swinging, exploring, and relaxing on a lovely, sunny afternoon at the sanctuary. ☀️ We are so thankful to watch this boy grow and thrive after years confined to a small box/cage that stunted his development before he was rescued. Thanks Sanaga-Yong for giving Bouka a safe and beautiful forever home. 🏠
📷: @sanagayongchimpanzeerescue; Sean Brogan #repost
#helpushelpthem #animal #chimp #primate #ape #wildlife #rescue #conservation #play #cameroon #africa @ Cameroon
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24 hours ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance
THIS is the type of news we like to see!  Let’s get the rest of the ape species on the same road. You can help us!

THIS is the type of news we like to see! Let’s get the rest of the ape species on the same road. You can help us!Mountain gorillas are the only great ape species experiencing a population growth. AWF is working to ensure they have the habitat they need to thrive. http://bit.ly/2Qny6gU ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I have spent lots of time with them, and isn't funny how we think the only way they can possibly survive is if we look after them, on the spot care etc. etc. like they haven't been around for a very long time without us

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Nana and Oumou are two young orphaned chimps rescued within the last year by Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member. They were clinging to each other for comfort. Although they have each other, they also need you. https://pasa.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

A small donation from you can help provide them with everyday needs—from food to veterinary care like worming, medicine and vitamin treatments. Without any of these essentials to keep them healthy, their bond wouldn’t have grown. Here you can see them strengthening their connection through cohesion-building grooming.

Donate today to help keep them and their bond healthy and strong. https://pasa.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

Important note from Chimpanzee Conservation Center:
**Remember: these chimps are not pets, but survivors of poaching and the black market pet trade. The current estimate is that for every chimp that arrives on the black market, not only their mother, but 10 other chimps lost their lives. Please help us protect these wild, endangered animals!

Nana and Oumou are two young orphaned chimps rescued within the last year by Chimpanzee Conservation Center, a PASA member. They were clinging to each other for comfort. Although they have each other, they also need you. pasa.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

A small donation from you can help provide them with everyday needs—from food to veterinary care like worming, medicine and vitamin treatments. Without any of these essentials to keep them healthy, their bond wouldn’t have grown. Here you can see them strengthening their connection through cohesion-building grooming.

Donate today to help keep them and their bond healthy and strong. pasa.org/donate-to-chimpanzee-conservation-center/

Important note from Chimpanzee Conservation Center:
**Remember: these chimps are not pets, but survivors of poaching and the black market pet trade. The current estimate is that for every chimp that arrives on the black market, not only their mother, but 10 other chimps lost their lives. Please help us protect these wild, endangered animals!
... See MoreSee Less

7 hours ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

Bouka sure enjoys his outdoor gym at Sanaga-Yong, a PASA member sanctuary in Cameroon. ☺️ We love seeing him out and about, swinging, exploring, and relaxing on a lovely, sunny afternoon at the sanctuary. ☀️ We are so thankful to watch this boy grow and thrive after years confined to a small box/cage that stunted his development before he was rescued. Thanks Sanaga-Yong for giving Bouka a safe and beautiful forever home. 🏠
📷: @sanagayongchimpanzeerescue; Sean Brogan #repost
#helpushelpthem #animal #chimp #primate #ape #wildlife #rescue #conservation #play #cameroon #africa @ Cameroon
... See MoreSee Less

24 hours ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance
THIS is the type of news we like to see!  Let’s get the rest of the ape species on the same road. You can help us!

THIS is the type of news we like to see! Let’s get the rest of the ape species on the same road. You can help us!Mountain gorillas are the only great ape species experiencing a population growth. AWF is working to ensure they have the habitat they need to thrive. http://bit.ly/2Qny6gU ... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

I have spent lots of time with them, and isn't funny how we think the only way they can possibly survive is if we look after them, on the spot care etc. etc. like they haven't been around for a very long time without us

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