Pan African Sanctuary Alliance

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 ...
Jun 2, 2016

Helping African Communities to Protect Primates

Bo lives in an office and eats unsuitable food
Bo lives in an office and eats unsuitable food

Dear Primate Supporter,

Although great apes are humans’ closest genetic kin, humans have pushed them to the brink of extinction. It’s estimated that 3,000 apes are lost from the wild every year, largely due to the illegal hunting of endangered species, the illicit wildlife trade, and widespread habitat loss.

Will we let the great apes become extinct in our lifetime? As primate advocates, we can’t allow it. With your help sharing our message, they do have a chance.

PASA is working closely with our 22 member organizations in 13 African countries to implement diverse projects to protect primates and their habitat. Some of the most pioneering work is community development projects that give local people alternatives to cutting down forest or hunting apes and monkeys.

Bo is an adorable baby chimpanzee in Guinea-Bissau who was illegally stolen from the forest last year. The law authorities confiscated little Bo but they don’t have facilities to take care of her. She’s now living in a national park office and eating whatever people happen to feed her.

Bo urgently needs to be moved to a proper sanctuary and PASA and Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Kenya are working to arrange an export permit. We hope that soon, Bo will spend the rest of her days living in a huge forest habitat with dozens of other chimps.

As a registered nonprofit in the U.S. with close partnerships with wildlife protection organizations across Africa, PASA provides a trusted way to ensure your donations go where they are most urgently needed and are used as efficiently as possible.

Thank you for your compassion.

Please help Bo get to a proper wildlife sanctuary!
Please help Bo get to a proper wildlife sanctuary!

Links:

Jun 1, 2016

We educated hundreds of thousands of people!

Bo lives in an office and eats unsuitable food
Bo lives in an office and eats unsuitable food

Dear Primate Supporter,

Although great apes are humans’ closest genetic kin, humans have pushed them to the brink of extinction. It’s estimated that 3,000 apes are lost from the wild every year, largely due to the illegal hunting of endangered species, the illicit wildlife trade, and widespread habitat loss.

Will we let the great apes become extinct in our lifetime? As primate advocates, we can’t allow it. With your help sharing our message, they do have a chance.

PASA is working closely with our 22 member wildlife centers in 13 African countries to implement diverse projects to protect primates and their habitat. One of our most pioneering projects involves using high-quality, entertaining movies that have messages of wildlife protection. Last month, one of our member organizations in Cameroon arranged for the videos to be shown on national television to hundreds of thousands of people. Now we want to build on this success and distribute them across Africa. But we need your support to do it.

Bo is an adorable baby chimpanzee in Guinea-Bissau who was illegally stolen from the forest last year. The law authorities confiscated little Bo but they don’t have facilities to take care of her. She’s now living in a national park office and eating whatever people happen to feed her.

Bo urgently needs to be moved to a proper sanctuary and PASA and Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Kenya are working to arrange an export permit. We hope that soon, Bo will spend the rest of her days living in a huge forest habitat with dozens of other chimps.

As a registered nonprofit in the U.S. with close partnerships with wildlife protection organizations across Africa, PASA provides a trusted way to ensure your donations go where they are most urgently needed and are used as efficiently as possible.

Thank you for your compassion.

Please help Bo get to a proper wildlife sanctuary!
Please help Bo get to a proper wildlife sanctuary!

Links:

Jun 1, 2016

Saving Great Apes' Lives Through Technology

Bo lives in an office and eats unsuitable food
Bo lives in an office and eats unsuitable food

Dear Primate Supporter,

Although great apes are humans’ closest genetic kin, humans have pushed them to the brink of extinction. It’s estimated that 3,000 apes are lost from the wild every year, largely due to the illegal hunting of endangered species, the illicit wildlife trade, and widespread habitat loss.

Will we let the great apes become extinct in our lifetime? As primate advocates, we can’t allow it. With your help sharing our message, they do have a chance.

PASA is working closely with our 22 member wildlife centers in 13 African countries to implement diverse projects to protect primates and their habitat. One of our most pioneering projects involves training the wildlife centers to use a smartphone app to collect data. This is greatly improving their ability to keep records about the great apes and monkeys in their care, even without reliable electricity or internet connections.

Bo is an adorable baby chimpanzee in Guinea-Bissau who was illegally stolen from the forest last year. The law authorities confiscated little Bo but they don’t have facilities to take care of her. She’s now living in a national park office and eating whatever people happen to feed her.

Bo urgently needs to be moved to a proper sanctuary and PASA and Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Kenya are working to arrange an export permit. We hope that soon, Bo will spend the rest of her days living in a huge forest habitat with dozens of other chimps.

As a registered nonprofit in the U.S. with close partnerships with wildlife protection organizations across Africa, PASA provides a trusted way to ensure your donations go where they are most urgently needed and are used as efficiently as possible.

Thank you for your compassion.

Please help Bo get to a proper wildlife sanctuary!
Please help Bo get to a proper wildlife sanctuary!

Links:

 
   

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