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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.

See how PASA protected primates in 2019 – watch the video!

2019 was a busy year for the PASA Alliance. With your support, we were able to save precious lives.

To list a few highlights, the Alliance has:

  • Rescued over 300 primates from cruelty.
  • Reintroduced 181 primates back to the wild.
  • Strengthened protection on crucial primate habitats.
  • Provided love and care to thousands of great apes and monkeys.
  • Inspired communities to take a stand for conservation.

AND MUCH MUCH MORE!

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Eeeek it’s Monday morning already! How did the weekend go so quickly? Make your morning routine  a bit wild by scrolling through our Instagram page as you sip your coffee: https://instagram.com/pasaprimates?igshid=123z6s81cm9fg

You’ll see videos and photos from our members, updates on rescues, and an inside look into the workings of wildlife sanctuaries. It’s great content! 

Photo credit: Pauline Malandain at Chimpanzee Conservation Center

Eeeek it’s Monday morning already! How did the weekend go so quickly? Make your morning routine a bit wild by scrolling through our Instagram page as you sip your coffee: instagram.com/pasaprimates?igshid=123z6s81cm9fg

You’ll see videos and photos from our members, updates on rescues, and an inside look into the workings of wildlife sanctuaries. It’s great content!

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Get a LIVE update on Welenge, the newest baby recently rescued by Lola Ya Bonobo, a PASA member. A few weeks ago, 3 little bonobos were in the process of being rescued, and Welenge was the first to make it to Lola Ya Bonobo. On the drive from the airport to the sanctuary, the team showed her pictures of other little bonobos from their annual report (http://bit.ly/2018Lola). Welenge responded by tenderly caressing the pages (pictured). 

📌JOIN Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo LIVE ON FACEBOOK TOMORROW, Monday, February 17 at 6AM PST / 9AM EST to see how little Welenge is doing.

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Get a LIVE update on Welenge, the newest baby recently rescued by Lola Ya Bonobo, a PASA member. A few weeks ago, 3 little bonobos were in the process of being rescued, and Welenge was the first to make it to Lola Ya Bonobo. On the drive from the airport to the sanctuary, the team showed her pictures of other little bonobos from their annual report (bit.ly/2018Lola). Welenge responded by tenderly caressing the pages (pictured).

📌JOIN Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo LIVE ON FACEBOOK TOMORROW, Monday, February 17 at 6AM PST / 9AM EST to see how little Welenge is doing.

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Eeeek it’s Monday morning already! How did the weekend go so quickly? Make your morning routine  a bit wild by scrolling through our Instagram page as you sip your coffee: https://instagram.com/pasaprimates?igshid=123z6s81cm9fg

You’ll see videos and photos from our members, updates on rescues, and an inside look into the workings of wildlife sanctuaries. It’s great content! 

Photo credit: Pauline Malandain at Chimpanzee Conservation Center

Eeeek it’s Monday morning already! How did the weekend go so quickly? Make your morning routine a bit wild by scrolling through our Instagram page as you sip your coffee: instagram.com/pasaprimates?igshid=123z6s81cm9fg

You’ll see videos and photos from our members, updates on rescues, and an inside look into the workings of wildlife sanctuaries. It’s great content!

Photo credit: Pauline Malandain at Chimpanzee Conservation Center
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What a cutie ❤️❤️

So cute

Get a LIVE update on Welenge, the newest baby recently rescued by Lola Ya Bonobo, a PASA member. A few weeks ago, 3 little bonobos were in the process of being rescued, and Welenge was the first to make it to Lola Ya Bonobo. On the drive from the airport to the sanctuary, the team showed her pictures of other little bonobos from their annual report (http://bit.ly/2018Lola). Welenge responded by tenderly caressing the pages (pictured). 

📌JOIN Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo LIVE ON FACEBOOK TOMORROW, Monday, February 17 at 6AM PST / 9AM EST to see how little Welenge is doing.

#Bonobos #Conservation #GreatApes

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Get a LIVE update on Welenge, the newest baby recently rescued by Lola Ya Bonobo, a PASA member. A few weeks ago, 3 little bonobos were in the process of being rescued, and Welenge was the first to make it to Lola Ya Bonobo. On the drive from the airport to the sanctuary, the team showed her pictures of other little bonobos from their annual report (bit.ly/2018Lola). Welenge responded by tenderly caressing the pages (pictured).

📌JOIN Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo LIVE ON FACEBOOK TOMORROW, Monday, February 17 at 6AM PST / 9AM EST to see how little Welenge is doing.

Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo/facebook.com/336291313149370">#conservation #greatapes

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