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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.

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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Did you know that PASA member sanctuaries have played an important role in a number of ground-breaking scientific discoveries about primate behavior, cognition, and health? Read more about the type of research undertaken at the sanctuaries, in accordance with PASA’s guidelines.

The more we understand the minds, behaviors and health of our fellow primates, the better we can provide for their wellbeing in captivity and the better we can protect them in the wild.
https://pasa.org/awareness/research-at-pasa-wildlife-centres/

Did you know that PASA member sanctuaries have played an important role in a number of ground-breaking scientific discoveries about primate behavior, cognition, and health? Read more about the type of research undertaken at the sanctuaries, in accordance with PASA’s guidelines.

The more we understand the minds, behaviors and health of our fellow primates, the better we can provide for their wellbeing in captivity and the better we can protect them in the wild.
pasa.org/awareness/research-at-pasa-wildlife-centres/
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Adorable picture! Make it into a poster and sell it as a fundraiser! I would buy one! ❤

Humans need to make better reproductive choices 😱 We SHARE the planet with other living creatures whose lives are their own and that have a claim on space and resources, too.

Absolut so cute photo ❤️🦋♥️

Love her Look.

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The chimpanzees at PASA member Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary are really feeling the weekend vibes – completely relaxed and at peace. Every afternoon, they take a nutritious lunch break, much like humans taking off Sunday afternoons to “catch up” with their families.

However, there hasn't been much activity beyond the day to day as the sanctuary is still closed, impacting their operations as they’re dependent on 70% of tourist revenue. To help keep the sanctuary going and providing vital food and care for the chimps: ngambaisland.org/donate-now/

📷: Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary
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I recently donated from Canada 🇨🇦 If you are a follower who has yet to donate, please put your hand in your pocket for Ngamba 🙏

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Facebook Posts

Did you know that PASA member sanctuaries have played an important role in a number of ground-breaking scientific discoveries about primate behavior, cognition, and health? Read more about the type of research undertaken at the sanctuaries, in accordance with PASA’s guidelines.

The more we understand the minds, behaviors and health of our fellow primates, the better we can provide for their wellbeing in captivity and the better we can protect them in the wild.
https://pasa.org/awareness/research-at-pasa-wildlife-centres/

Did you know that PASA member sanctuaries have played an important role in a number of ground-breaking scientific discoveries about primate behavior, cognition, and health? Read more about the type of research undertaken at the sanctuaries, in accordance with PASA’s guidelines.

The more we understand the minds, behaviors and health of our fellow primates, the better we can provide for their wellbeing in captivity and the better we can protect them in the wild.
pasa.org/awareness/research-at-pasa-wildlife-centres/
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Comment on Facebook

Adorable picture! Make it into a poster and sell it as a fundraiser! I would buy one! ❤

Humans need to make better reproductive choices 😱 We SHARE the planet with other living creatures whose lives are their own and that have a claim on space and resources, too.

Absolut so cute photo ❤️🦋♥️

Love her Look.

Shared.

+ View previous comments

The chimpanzees at PASA member Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary are really feeling the weekend vibes – completely relaxed and at peace. Every afternoon, they take a nutritious lunch break, much like humans taking off Sunday afternoons to “catch up” with their families.

However, there hasn't been much activity beyond the day to day as the sanctuary is still closed, impacting their operations as they’re dependent on 70% of tourist revenue. To help keep the sanctuary going and providing vital food and care for the chimps: ngambaisland.org/donate-now/

📷: Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary
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Comment on Facebook

I recently donated from Canada 🇨🇦 If you are a follower who has yet to donate, please put your hand in your pocket for Ngamba 🙏

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