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Rose gave birth to Rubin in June Rubin, one of the newest Ekalakala bonobos Lingomo with BCI president Sally Coxe Save Endangered Bonobos in the Congo Rainforest

Bonobo Conservation Initiative

Org #1002
Vetted since 2008
1998
year founded
$85,285
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our Mission is to protect bonobos (Pan paniscus), preserve their tropical rainforest habitat, and empower local communities in the Congo Basin. By working with local Congolese people through cooperative conservation and community development programs, and by shaping national and international policy, the Bonobo Conservation Initiative (BCI) is establishing new protected areas and leading efforts to safeguard bonobos wherever they are found. The Bonobo Peace Forest (BPF) is the guiding vision of BCI: a connected network of community-based reserves and conservation concessions, supported by sustainable development. The Peace Forest provides protection for bonobos and other species in the Congo... read more

Project Leaders
Sally Coxe
Sally Coxe
Jennifer Moustgaard
Jennifer Moustgaard
Jessie Jory
Jessie Jory
Rebecca Bossen
Rebecca Bossen
Team
Sally J Coxe
Organization Information
2701 Connecticut Ave., NW
Ste 702
Washington, DC 20008
United States
202-332-1014

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #5867133878
Organization Information
2701 Connecticut Ave., NW
Ste 702
Washington, DC 20008
United States
202-332-1014

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #5867133878

Project Reports

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Dec 31, 2019
A Brighter Future for Bonobos
Dear Friend, As the year—and decade—draw to a close, we would like to thank you everyone who has stepped up to support our work to protect bonobos and their precious habitat in the Congo...
Oct 3, 2019
More support for community-led conservation!
In August, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a special report on Climate Change and Land. The report investigated–among other things–land use and sustainable land...
Jul 8, 2019
Bonobo moms lend a helping hand to their sons
It seems that humans aren't the only species with helicopter parents. A recent study co-authored by BCI’s research director Dr. Martin Surbeck found that mother bonobos take active roles in...
 
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