Ensuring the highest standard of care for apes and monkeys

PASA members provide urgent, immediate care to primates in need and rehabilitate them at accredited wildlife sanctuaries.

Ensuring the highest standard of care for apes and monkeys

 

PASA members provide urgent, immediate care to primates in need and rehabilitate them at accredited wildlife sanctuaries.

As the largest alliance of wildlife centers in Africa, PASA is in a unique position to rescue primates from inhumane and abusive situations and ensure they receive excellent lifelong care.

Rescue and Care

PASA members care for, rehabilitate, and release apes and monkeys that are victims of illegal hunting of endangered species, the illicit pet trade, and horrific abuse. 

Reintroduction to the Wild

Releasing an ape or monkey back into the wild is one of the most satisfying aspects the Alliance’s work. It is also among the most complex parts of what PASA members do.

Sanctuary Accreditation

Releasing an ape or monkey back into the wild is one of the most satisfying aspects the Alliance’s work. It is also among the most complex parts of what PASA members do.

Rescue and Care

PASA members care for, rehabilitate, and release apes and monkeys that are victims of illegal hunting of endangered species, the illicit pet trade, and horrific abuse. 

Learn more

Reintroduction to the Wild

Releasing an ape or monkey back into the wild is one of the most satisfying aspects the Alliance’s work. It is also among the most complex parts of what PASA members do.

Learn more

Sanctuary Accreditation

Becoming a PASA member is not easy. Sanctuaries must meet a strict set of guidelines that cover all aspects of running a wildlife center.

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PASA members provide long term care for over 3000 primates every year.

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Together, we can change the trajectory for Africa’s great apes and monkeys. Your donation can save lives today.

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