Protecting Primates for 21 years

For 21 years, PASA has been at the forefront of the movement to save African apes and monkeys. Over the years, PASA has grown and evolved, while continuing our key role of supporting our members in their crucial work to protect primates. Today, PASA is a leader in primate conservation and we actively fight the threats to primates across Africa. Take a look below to see the many ways that PASA defends primates and protects them from extinction.

Your support makes it possible for us to continue this urgent work. If you want to help the apes and monkeys of Africa, becoming a Primate Protector is the best way to ensure we are always ready to act when primates need us.

Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary named this chimp Pasa because they rescued her when PASA was being created

The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) is the largest network of wildlife centers working to care for, rehabilitate, and release apes and monkeys that are victims of illegal hunting of endangered species, the illicit pet trade, and horrific abuse. PASA and our members work with local authorities and other organizations to facilitate rescues and ensure that primates being kept illegally are confiscated and brought to safety. Learn More > 

When disaster strikes, PASA is there to provide emergency funding and guidance. Our support includes rapid funding for member wildlife centers during crises, technical assistance, veterinary and animal care consultation and many other channels that allow PASA members to maintain the highest standards of care and welfare for primates in Africa. Learn More >

PASA offers advanced training and materials to veterinarians and animal care staff to enable them to excel. Our annual Strategic Development Conference for the directors of our member wildlife centers strengthens the capacity of the centers and brings the PASA family together. Learn More >

 

The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance conducts pioneering programs to teach children and adults in Africa about the importance of the environment and how they can protect wildlife. We also run workshops to build the capacity of wildlife centers’ education staff. Learn More >
PASA is expanding the possibilities for our member wildlife centers to collect valuable research on the African primates they care for, the illegal pet trade, and the illegal hunting of endangered species. Learn More >

The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) is the largest network of wildlife centers working to care for, rehabilitate, and release apes and monkeys that are victims of illegal hunting of endangered species, the illicit pet trade, and horrific abuse. PASA and our members work with local authorities and other organizations to facilitate rescues and ensure that primates being kept illegally are confiscated and brought to safety. Learn More >

 

When disaster strikes, PASA is there to provide emergency funding and guidance. Our support includes rapid funding for member wildlife centers during crises, technical assistance, veterinary and animal care consultation and many other channels that allow PASA members to maintain the highest standards of care and welfare for primates in Africa. Learn More >

PASA offers advanced training and materials to veterinarians and animal care staff to enable them to excel. Our annual Strategic Development Conference for the directors of our member wildlife centers strengthens the capacity of the centers and brings the PASA family together. Learn More >
The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance conducts pioneering programs to teach children and adults in Africa about the importance of the environment and how they can protect wildlife. We also run workshops to build the capacity of wildlife centers’ education staff. Learn More >
PASA is expanding the possibilities for our member wildlife centers to collect valuable research on the African primates they care for, the illegal pet trade, and the illegal hunting of endangered species. Learn More >