Happy Tita. Photo: Chimpanzee Conservation Center Tita. Photo: Chimpanzee Conservation Center Over 20 monkeys were trapped in cages for months Finally, safety and care after months of waiting

Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

Org #12697
Vetted since 2012 Site Visit Verified
2000
year founded
$25,847
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our goal for PASA is to be an invaluable resource for primate sanctuaries throughout Africa. Recognizing the intrinsic value that wildlife sanctuaries provide as a nexus of long term commitment to enforcement of wildlife laws, animal welfare and conservation of wild primates, we will advocate for our member sanctuaries on these and other relevant issues and provide a readily accessible international communication network for these members. PASA's programs will evolve with the threats that face African primates and the needs of our members; we will continuously seek creative solutions to provide our members with the best tools to promote long term success in the fight to protect and care ... read more

Project Leaders
Gregg Tully
Gregg Tully
Gregg Tully
Gregg Tully
Team
Gregg Tully
Organization Information
1405 NE 52nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97213
United States
(971) 712-8360
Organization Information
1405 NE 52nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97213
United States
(971) 712-8360

Project Reports

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Jul 13, 2021
Thanks to You, Tita the Chimp is Happy Again!
Tita’s story is one of the most heart-breaking we have ever shared, but thanks to you, she is now living happily with her new family in the forest. Little Tita was close to death when she was...
Mar 23, 2021
Breaking News: Our Biggest Primate Rescue Ever
Thanks to donors like you, we have exciting news! When PASA and J.A.C.K. (our member in Democratic Republic of Congo) orchestrated the biggest rescue in our 20-year history, we knew it wouldn’t...
Dec 31, 2020
You Gave Ujasiri a Safe Home
This year required courage from all of us. In October, infant chimpanzee Ujasiri was found by park rangers in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The helpless orphan was named Ujasiri because it...
 
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