Vets Needed at Many PASA Sanctuaries
Most wildlife centers that are members of PASA welcome veterinarian volunteers. Activities can range from checking the health of current residents and those new to the sanctuary, training the sanctuary staff and performing medical treatment and surgery.

Depending on the sanctuary, living conditions can sometimes be challenging. So can the working conditions. Check here to see what you can expect.

If you’re a vet who’s interested in volunteering, check the table below to get a snapshot of the location, activities and contact information you’ll need to make your decision about which wildlife center is best for you.

ACTIVITY LEGEND
SanctuaryCountrySpeciesActivitiesContactWebsiteNotes
Ape Action AfricaCameroonChimpanzees (110)
Gorillas (21)
Mandrills (44)
Baboons
Guenons
Mangabeys
ChimfunshiZambiaChimpanzees (119)
Chimpanzee Conservation CenterGuineaChimanzees (52)Hygiene &
Quarantine Protocols
Colobus ConservationKenyaColobus Monkeys
Sykes Monkeys
Vervet Monkeys
Other
Drill Ranch*NigeriaChimpanzees (32)
Drills (500)
Guinons
HELP CongoCongoChimpanzees (19)
LimbeCameroonChimpanzees (52)
Gorillas (15)
Drills (92)
Mandrills (14)
Guenons
Mangebeys
NgambaUgandaChimpanzees (49)
PPG CongoCongoGorillas (35)Health Checks for Sniffer Dog Program
PPG GabonGabonGorillas (30)
Sanaga Yong Chimpanzee RescueCameroonChimpanzees (72)Minimum Stay: 3 Months
Sweetwaters Chimpanzee SanctuaryKenyaChimpanzees (36)
TacugamaSierra LeoneChimpanzees (76)
Vervet Monkey FoundationSouth AfricaVervet Monkeys (581)
Guenons
Bushbabies