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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.

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. 

Celebrating 20 years of rescuing endangered apes and monkeys!

For 20 years, PASA has been racing against time to save endangered primate species. Over the past 20 years, the alliance has saved the lives of thousands of animals, but sanctuaries in Africa are facing difficult times while on lockdown due to the global coronavirus pandemic. To survive another 20 years, apes and monkeys need YOU to donate.

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These two would brighten up even the dullest of days 💕

Ape Action Africa
💚 Jacha and Simon 💚 Here’s some infant chimp laughter to brighten up your Monday. Our youngest orphaned boys, Jacha and Simon, have become great friends and thoroughly enjoy some rough and tumble play in the forest together. After the trauma that they both experienced when they lost their families to the bushmeat trade, it’s a joy to see them laughing and enjoying life. 😍 If you can, please help care for Jacha and Simon in 2021 by donating what you can at https://www.apeactionafrica.org/donate/a-year-to-remember/150/credit-card. 🙏 📷 Ape Action Africa / Jo Gaweda
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Lindos❤🙏❤

Another rescue from the illegal wildlife trade! This little guy has been named Niania and is incredibly gentle, although also sad and tired from his trauma. Sadly, another orphan being brought to the center died on route.

DON'T FORGET: If you wish to learn more about what goes into these rescues at the PASA member centers, please join us for our webinar, "An Inside Look at Primate Rescues from PASA", on 21 April at 11am Eastern Time.

Please register here:
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🎥 Lwiro Primates

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Lwiro Primates
New Rescue ‼️ In collaboration with @conservcongo and @ICCN , we’ve saved this little guy from being sold in the cruel business of wildlife trade. Visibly tired and sad... he is a very gentle boy. His name in Niania, from the village he comes from. Unfortunately, we have lose another orphan who died on the way to lwiro... RIP Niania is one of the “lucky” ones... Due the hight number of orphans rescued lately, many of them in critical conditions, we have created a campaign to raise funds to buy basic material for vet care https://gofund.me/08bfc17b #lwiro_primates #care #love #vet #conservation #stopwildlifecrime
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Those eyes tell a sad tale 😔

Tadinho, poderia ta feliz com sua família, escapou das mãos do malditos, Graças a Deus foi salvo🙏❤

heureusement vous etes la , sans vous il serait perdu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good news from Limbe Wildlife Centre to start off your weekend!

The maintenance of the gorilla night dens is now complete. This was to prepare for the splitting of the outdoor enclosure. In all, it took 3 months and a lot of hard work, but now the centre can move on to the next phase. This is amazing progress!

Limbe Wildlife Centre would not have been able to complete this work without those individuals and organisations who donated to and help fund the cause. Thank you everyone and have a look at their work in the video below.

🎥 Limbe Wildlife Centre

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Limbe Wildlife Centre
This Saturday, we have some wonderful and exciting news!🦍🔨 The maintenance of our gorillas night dens is now complete! Our construction team has been working very long and hard on this project, to get ready for the splitting of the outdoors enclosure. As this phase is now completed, our team will soon move on to the next phases of this big project, and we're all very excited about it. 🌿🔧 We wish to thank all of our funders and supporters, especially GIVSKUD ZOO , Pro Wildlife e.V. , The Abraham Foundation as well as each and every one of our individual donors for making donations and offering us your support! We greatly appreciate it! !
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These two would brighten up even the dullest of days 💕

Ape Action Africa
💚 Jacha and Simon 💚 Here’s some infant chimp laughter to brighten up your Monday. Our youngest orphaned boys, Jacha and Simon, have become great friends and thoroughly enjoy some rough and tumble play in the forest together. After the trauma that they both experienced when they lost their families to the bushmeat trade, it’s a joy to see them laughing and enjoying life. 😍 If you can, please help care for Jacha and Simon in 2021 by donating what you can at https://www.apeactionafrica.org/donate/a-year-to-remember/150/credit-card. 🙏 📷 Ape Action Africa / Jo Gaweda
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Lindos❤🙏❤

Another rescue from the illegal wildlife trade! This little guy has been named Niania and is incredibly gentle, although also sad and tired from his trauma. Sadly, another orphan being brought to the center died on route.

DON'T FORGET: If you wish to learn more about what goes into these rescues at the PASA member centers, please join us for our webinar, "An Inside Look at Primate Rescues from PASA", on 21 April at 11am Eastern Time.

Please register here:
us02web.zoom.us/.../reg.../WN_ErgHAxm-RH-O324nIa0Quw

🎥 Lwiro Primates

fb.watch/4YbpUVDkaG/

Lwiro Primates
New Rescue ‼️ In collaboration with @conservcongo and @ICCN , we’ve saved this little guy from being sold in the cruel business of wildlife trade. Visibly tired and sad... he is a very gentle boy. His name in Niania, from the village he comes from. Unfortunately, we have lose another orphan who died on the way to lwiro... RIP Niania is one of the “lucky” ones... Due the hight number of orphans rescued lately, many of them in critical conditions, we have created a campaign to raise funds to buy basic material for vet care https://gofund.me/08bfc17b #lwiro_primates #care #love #vet #conservation #stopwildlifecrime
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Those eyes tell a sad tale 😔

Tadinho, poderia ta feliz com sua família, escapou das mãos do malditos, Graças a Deus foi salvo🙏❤

heureusement vous etes la , sans vous il serait perdu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Good news from Limbe Wildlife Centre to start off your weekend!

The maintenance of the gorilla night dens is now complete. This was to prepare for the splitting of the outdoor enclosure. In all, it took 3 months and a lot of hard work, but now the centre can move on to the next phase. This is amazing progress!

Limbe Wildlife Centre would not have been able to complete this work without those individuals and organisations who donated to and help fund the cause. Thank you everyone and have a look at their work in the video below.

🎥 Limbe Wildlife Centre

fb.watch/4WPX9VI9nr/

Limbe Wildlife Centre
This Saturday, we have some wonderful and exciting news!🦍🔨 The maintenance of our gorillas night dens is now complete! Our construction team has been working very long and hard on this project, to get ready for the splitting of the outdoors enclosure. As this phase is now completed, our team will soon move on to the next phases of this big project, and we're all very excited about it. 🌿🔧 We wish to thank all of our funders and supporters, especially GIVSKUD ZOO , Pro Wildlife e.V. , The Abraham Foundation as well as each and every one of our individual donors for making donations and offering us your support! We greatly appreciate it! !
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