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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. 

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.

A few of the Alliance’s highlights in 2019: 

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

And much more!

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HOPEFUL SUNDAY NEWS FOR YOU: A 10-year action plan for critically endangered western chimpanzees was just released, developed by many partners including the IUCN (a worldwide conservation organization), PASA, and our member sanctuaries in West Africa. The plan is a promising step towards global collaboration to protect these incredible animals whose population in West Africa has declined by more than 80% over the past two decades. 

PASA and our member sanctuaries in the region have essential roles as implementers of several of the plan’s strategies. Raising awareness within communities and working to increase law enforcement action against traffickers are high priorities for this program. Help us carry out this critical work to save these animals from extinction: https://pasa.org/action-for-chimpanzeesImage attachmentImage attachment

HOPEFUL SUNDAY NEWS FOR YOU: A 10-year action plan for critically endangered western chimpanzees was just released, developed by many partners including the IUCN (a worldwide conservation organization), PASA, and our member sanctuaries in West Africa. The plan is a promising step towards global collaboration to protect these incredible animals whose population in West Africa has declined by more than 80% over the past two decades.

PASA and our member sanctuaries in the region have essential roles as implementers of several of the plan’s strategies. Raising awareness within communities and working to increase law enforcement action against traffickers are high priorities for this program. Help us carry out this critical work to save these animals from extinction: pasa.org/action-for-chimpanzees
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Poor human reproductive choices have been and continue to be the world’s number one issue despite the fact that quality birth control has been a fact for quite some time now; wildlife trafficking is one result. The world is in dire need of knowledge, ethics and discipline, starting with ourselves; ignorance is rampant 😱

80 percent? My God...

Je veillerais tjr a ce travail.courage vs qui se donne l'amour de garde ces espece

Very very sad. Can’t stand to hear and see that this is happening. What these poor chimps go through when they lose their mother and relatives. It’s very traumatizing to them. So let’s do the same to these poachers and Illegal wildlife traffickers. Let’s put them away for life so they can never see their family members again maybe, they’ll spread the word they don’t like it and other poachers will back off. I cry when I see things like this. I think, and put myself in their shoes and scariest thing ever. So actually if I have not experienced this but imagining what it would be like, it’s 100 times worse when you actually go through it. Wildlife and their habitat must be protected because when they’re gone that’s it. 😔🇺🇸

It’s #InternationalCatDay, and at JACK - Jeunes Animaux Confisqués au Katanga, a PASA member, they rescue more than just chimpanzees. No matter the species, if an animal is in distress, they save it and release it if possible.

Learn more about their work and how to support their rescued chimpanzees here: 
http://www.jacksanctuary.org/about/

It’s #InternationalCatDay, and at JACK - Jeunes Animaux Confisqués au Katanga, a PASA member, they rescue more than just chimpanzees. No matter the species, if an animal is in distress, they save it and release it if possible.

Learn more about their work and how to support their rescued chimpanzees here:
www.jacksanctuary.org/about/
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That’s the sweetest picture ever 😭

🐒💚💛🧡🐈

How sweet and cute is that. A chimp showing affection to a cat and so sad how humans kill these chimps. I wish the poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking would stop. These are our precious relatives. ❤️🇺🇸

3 days ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance
🥭🍊🍏 Primate diets 🥒🌽🥕

Its not uncommon for monkeys rescued from the pet trade to suffer from malnutrition after having been fed inappropriately. The specialist diet they require is just one of the many reasons why primates should never be pets. Moustached and spot-nosed guenons primarily feed on fruit (supplemented with seeds, leaves and insects), and we love these pictures of some of @apeactionafrica rescued infants enjoying the food their caregivers prepared for them.

You can help our member sanctuaries feed their rescued animals by donating via the link in bio. 

📷 Ape Action Africa / Tamara de Juana

🥭🍊🍏 Primate diets 🥒🌽🥕

It's not uncommon for monkeys rescued from the pet trade to suffer from malnutrition after having been fed inappropriately. The specialist diet they require is just one of the many reasons why primates should never be pets. Moustached and spot-nosed guenons primarily feed on fruit (supplemented with seeds, leaves and insects), and we love these pictures of some of @apeactionafrica rescued infants enjoying the food their caregivers prepared for them.

You can help our member sanctuaries feed their rescued animals by donating via the link in bio.

📷 Ape Action Africa / Tamara de Juana
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Thank goodness they’re in good hands now.

NeneHaggar look 😍😍

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HOPEFUL SUNDAY NEWS FOR YOU: A 10-year action plan for critically endangered western chimpanzees was just released, developed by many partners including the IUCN (a worldwide conservation organization), PASA, and our member sanctuaries in West Africa. The plan is a promising step towards global collaboration to protect these incredible animals whose population in West Africa has declined by more than 80% over the past two decades. 

PASA and our member sanctuaries in the region have essential roles as implementers of several of the plan’s strategies. Raising awareness within communities and working to increase law enforcement action against traffickers are high priorities for this program. Help us carry out this critical work to save these animals from extinction: https://pasa.org/action-for-chimpanzeesImage attachmentImage attachment

HOPEFUL SUNDAY NEWS FOR YOU: A 10-year action plan for critically endangered western chimpanzees was just released, developed by many partners including the IUCN (a worldwide conservation organization), PASA, and our member sanctuaries in West Africa. The plan is a promising step towards global collaboration to protect these incredible animals whose population in West Africa has declined by more than 80% over the past two decades.

PASA and our member sanctuaries in the region have essential roles as implementers of several of the plan’s strategies. Raising awareness within communities and working to increase law enforcement action against traffickers are high priorities for this program. Help us carry out this critical work to save these animals from extinction: pasa.org/action-for-chimpanzees
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Comment on Facebook

Poor human reproductive choices have been and continue to be the world’s number one issue despite the fact that quality birth control has been a fact for quite some time now; wildlife trafficking is one result. The world is in dire need of knowledge, ethics and discipline, starting with ourselves; ignorance is rampant 😱

80 percent? My God...

Je veillerais tjr a ce travail.courage vs qui se donne l'amour de garde ces espece

Very very sad. Can’t stand to hear and see that this is happening. What these poor chimps go through when they lose their mother and relatives. It’s very traumatizing to them. So let’s do the same to these poachers and Illegal wildlife traffickers. Let’s put them away for life so they can never see their family members again maybe, they’ll spread the word they don’t like it and other poachers will back off. I cry when I see things like this. I think, and put myself in their shoes and scariest thing ever. So actually if I have not experienced this but imagining what it would be like, it’s 100 times worse when you actually go through it. Wildlife and their habitat must be protected because when they’re gone that’s it. 😔🇺🇸

It’s #InternationalCatDay, and at JACK - Jeunes Animaux Confisqués au Katanga, a PASA member, they rescue more than just chimpanzees. No matter the species, if an animal is in distress, they save it and release it if possible.

Learn more about their work and how to support their rescued chimpanzees here: 
http://www.jacksanctuary.org/about/

It’s #InternationalCatDay, and at JACK - Jeunes Animaux Confisqués au Katanga, a PASA member, they rescue more than just chimpanzees. No matter the species, if an animal is in distress, they save it and release it if possible.

Learn more about their work and how to support their rescued chimpanzees here:
www.jacksanctuary.org/about/
... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

That’s the sweetest picture ever 😭

🐒💚💛🧡🐈

How sweet and cute is that. A chimp showing affection to a cat and so sad how humans kill these chimps. I wish the poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking would stop. These are our precious relatives. ❤️🇺🇸

3 days ago

PASA Primates: Pan African Sanctuary Alliance
🥭🍊🍏 Primate diets 🥒🌽🥕

Its not uncommon for monkeys rescued from the pet trade to suffer from malnutrition after having been fed inappropriately. The specialist diet they require is just one of the many reasons why primates should never be pets. Moustached and spot-nosed guenons primarily feed on fruit (supplemented with seeds, leaves and insects), and we love these pictures of some of @apeactionafrica rescued infants enjoying the food their caregivers prepared for them.

You can help our member sanctuaries feed their rescued animals by donating via the link in bio. 

📷 Ape Action Africa / Tamara de Juana

🥭🍊🍏 Primate diets 🥒🌽🥕

It's not uncommon for monkeys rescued from the pet trade to suffer from malnutrition after having been fed inappropriately. The specialist diet they require is just one of the many reasons why primates should never be pets. Moustached and spot-nosed guenons primarily feed on fruit (supplemented with seeds, leaves and insects), and we love these pictures of some of @apeactionafrica rescued infants enjoying the food their caregivers prepared for them.

You can help our member sanctuaries feed their rescued animals by donating via the link in bio.

📷 Ape Action Africa / Tamara de Juana
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Comment on Facebook

Thank goodness they’re in good hands now.

NeneHaggar look 😍😍

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