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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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2 hours ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

Congrats to our member sanctuary, Limbe Wildlife Centre on finishing their new Quarentine Centre. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Limbe Wildlife Centre
πŸ“£ BIG NEWS FOR THE LWC! For those who have worked or volunteered at the Limbe Wildlife Centre in the past, you will certainly enjoy this news, but not as much as our Quarantine staff and our rescued animals! Our new quarantine is finished! πŸŽ‰ Thanks to the generous support from Stichting Weesaapjes and Fondation Brigitte Bardot, for the past few months our Construction team has been hard at work and spent a lot of time and effort on renovating and building our new quarantine which now includes a special enrichment counter and an intensive care room! We also had a traditional rafia palm roof made by a local expert from Mukunda village in the South West Region of Cameroon. These structural improvements are allowing us to optimise our standard of care for our more vulnerable rescues in terms of veterinary care, monitoring, hygiene, and overall welfare. Watch this video to see the before and after footage, a special word from Killi Matute, our Head of Quarantine, and join us in congratulating our wonderful Construction team! πŸ’› . . Français : πŸ“£ GRANDE NOUVELLE POUR LE LWC ! Pour ceux qui ont travaillé ou qui ont été volontaires au LWC dans le passé, vous apprécierez certainement cette nouvelle, mais pas autant que notre personnel de quarantaine et nos animaux ! Notre nouvelle quarantaine est terminée ! πŸŽ‰ Grâce au généreux soutien de la Fondation Weesaapjes et de la Fondation Brigitte Bardot, notre équipe de construction a travaillé dur et a passé beaucoup de temps et d'efforts à rénover et à construire notre nouvelle quarantaine qui comprend maintenant un comptoir spécial pour l'enrichissement et un salle de soins intensifs ! Nous avons également fait construire un toit en rafia traditional issu de palmier réalisé par un expert local du village de Mukunda dans la région du sud-ouest du Cameroun. Ces améliorations structurelles nous permettent d'optimiser notre niveau de soins en termes de soins vétérinaires, de surveillance, d'hygiène et de bien-être général pour nos animaux. Regardez cette vidéo pour voir les images avant et après, un message spécial de Killi Matute, notre chef de la quarantaine, et joignez-vous à nous pour féliciter notre merveilleuse équipe de construction! πŸ’› . . . #protectwildlife #wildlife #wildlifeconservation #wildliferescue #wildliferehabilitation #wildlifecare #primates #primateconservation #primaterescue #primaterehabilitation #primaterescue #monkeys #construction #monkeyrehabilitation #wildlifecenter #animalcare #animals #tantalusmonkeys #vervetmonkeys #vervets #tantalus #africa #conservation #animalrescue #wildlifesanctuary #primatesanctuary
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It’s called fashion! 

We believe every young chimp should have the opportunity to play and learn, activities they naturally do in the wild. PASA sanctuaries work hard to give the animals in their care as natural of a life as possible, ideally helping them return to the wild!

πŸ“Έ: Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers/ Getty Images

It’s called fashion!

We believe every young chimp should have the opportunity to play and learn, activities they naturally do in the wild. PASA sanctuaries work hard to give the animals in their care as natural of a life as possible, ideally helping them return to the wild!

πŸ“Έ: Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers/ Getty Images
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Wonderful pict!

Wow what a great shot

2 days ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

This is a heartbreaking post from Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo. These two babies are so young and have already experienced so much pain. Sadly, the trauma was too much for the smaller bonobo and he has since passed away. There is still hope for the bigger orphan. You can make a donation to Lola here: pasa.org/donate-to-lola-ya-bonobo/

Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo
If you’re on our email list serve, you’ve probably heard about these two sweet #bonobos. We first became aware of these little ones through Facebook where they were listed for sale. One of our contacts, Heritier Mpo, took immediate action to find them and safely transport them to Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary where they could receive the love and care they deserve. They remained embraced the whole time. Unfortunately, the smallest of the two was so traumatized, he didn’t survive more than a day. An autopsy revealed that his body was riddled with parasites, which made it difficult to continue living. While it is with extremely heavy hearts that we announce his death, we are encouraged to see that the older of the two is thriving in our care, and has taken to eating and drinking more, despite arriving dehydrated and malnourished. We have named him Tshimbulu (Shim-boo-lou). #Conservation
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Very sad about these little ones. Thank you for your love & kindness.

At least the little one was not alone.

too sad for words

AW

Poor animals.

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2 hours ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

Congrats to our member sanctuary, Limbe Wildlife Centre on finishing their new Quarentine Centre. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

Limbe Wildlife Centre
πŸ“£ BIG NEWS FOR THE LWC! For those who have worked or volunteered at the Limbe Wildlife Centre in the past, you will certainly enjoy this news, but not as much as our Quarantine staff and our rescued animals! Our new quarantine is finished! πŸŽ‰ Thanks to the generous support from Stichting Weesaapjes and Fondation Brigitte Bardot, for the past few months our Construction team has been hard at work and spent a lot of time and effort on renovating and building our new quarantine which now includes a special enrichment counter and an intensive care room! We also had a traditional rafia palm roof made by a local expert from Mukunda village in the South West Region of Cameroon. These structural improvements are allowing us to optimise our standard of care for our more vulnerable rescues in terms of veterinary care, monitoring, hygiene, and overall welfare. Watch this video to see the before and after footage, a special word from Killi Matute, our Head of Quarantine, and join us in congratulating our wonderful Construction team! πŸ’› . . Français : πŸ“£ GRANDE NOUVELLE POUR LE LWC ! Pour ceux qui ont travaillé ou qui ont été volontaires au LWC dans le passé, vous apprécierez certainement cette nouvelle, mais pas autant que notre personnel de quarantaine et nos animaux ! Notre nouvelle quarantaine est terminée ! πŸŽ‰ Grâce au généreux soutien de la Fondation Weesaapjes et de la Fondation Brigitte Bardot, notre équipe de construction a travaillé dur et a passé beaucoup de temps et d'efforts à rénover et à construire notre nouvelle quarantaine qui comprend maintenant un comptoir spécial pour l'enrichissement et un salle de soins intensifs ! Nous avons également fait construire un toit en rafia traditional issu de palmier réalisé par un expert local du village de Mukunda dans la région du sud-ouest du Cameroun. Ces améliorations structurelles nous permettent d'optimiser notre niveau de soins en termes de soins vétérinaires, de surveillance, d'hygiène et de bien-être général pour nos animaux. Regardez cette vidéo pour voir les images avant et après, un message spécial de Killi Matute, notre chef de la quarantaine, et joignez-vous à nous pour féliciter notre merveilleuse équipe de construction! πŸ’› . . . #protectwildlife #wildlife #wildlifeconservation #wildliferescue #wildliferehabilitation #wildlifecare #primates #primateconservation #primaterescue #primaterehabilitation #primaterescue #monkeys #construction #monkeyrehabilitation #wildlifecenter #animalcare #animals #tantalusmonkeys #vervetmonkeys #vervets #tantalus #africa #conservation #animalrescue #wildlifesanctuary #primatesanctuary
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It’s called fashion! 

We believe every young chimp should have the opportunity to play and learn, activities they naturally do in the wild. PASA sanctuaries work hard to give the animals in their care as natural of a life as possible, ideally helping them return to the wild!

πŸ“Έ: Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers/ Getty Images

It’s called fashion!

We believe every young chimp should have the opportunity to play and learn, activities they naturally do in the wild. PASA sanctuaries work hard to give the animals in their care as natural of a life as possible, ideally helping them return to the wild!

πŸ“Έ: Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers/ Getty Images
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Comment on Facebook

Wonderful pict!

Wow what a great shot

2 days ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

This is a heartbreaking post from Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo. These two babies are so young and have already experienced so much pain. Sadly, the trauma was too much for the smaller bonobo and he has since passed away. There is still hope for the bigger orphan. You can make a donation to Lola here: pasa.org/donate-to-lola-ya-bonobo/

Friends of Bonobos/Lola ya Bonobo
If you’re on our email list serve, you’ve probably heard about these two sweet #bonobos. We first became aware of these little ones through Facebook where they were listed for sale. One of our contacts, Heritier Mpo, took immediate action to find them and safely transport them to Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary where they could receive the love and care they deserve. They remained embraced the whole time. Unfortunately, the smallest of the two was so traumatized, he didn’t survive more than a day. An autopsy revealed that his body was riddled with parasites, which made it difficult to continue living. While it is with extremely heavy hearts that we announce his death, we are encouraged to see that the older of the two is thriving in our care, and has taken to eating and drinking more, despite arriving dehydrated and malnourished. We have named him Tshimbulu (Shim-boo-lou). #Conservation
... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

Very sad about these little ones. Thank you for your love & kindness.

At least the little one was not alone.

too sad for words

AW

Poor animals.

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