Help abused primates find recovery and freedom.
Did you know that gorillas eat about 20 times more than the average person? For an adult male gorilla, that can be up to 70lbs of food every day!
PASA is an alliance of 23 sanctuaries across Africa that rescue great apes and monkeys and give them loving care. PASA members care for over 60 gorillas that have been saved from the cruel bushmeat and pet trades. The sanctuaries provide them with the care they need to recover, which includes providing them with a healthy and nutritious diet. Can you help us feed them today?
Bobga is a young gorilla who was orphaned when his mother was killed for bushmeat. His future seemed bleak, but thankfully, he was rescued by PASA member Limbe Wildlife Centre and nursed back to health. When he was strong enough, Bobga was moved to another PASA member, Ape Action Africa, to meet his new family. Bobga now lives happily with other rescued gorillas in the center’s large forested enclosures and spends his days playing with his new brothers and enjoying a safe and content life.
Feeding animals is one of the biggest tasks for wildlife sanctuaries, and of all rescued primates, gorillas are the hungriest! We need your help to feed all these hungry gorillas like Bobga.
You can help. Just $10 helps provide fresh fruits and vegetables for starving wildlife trade victims like Bobga. You can give abused primates a better life.
The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA), the largest association of wildlife centers in Africa, includes 23 organizations in 13 countries which are securing a future for Africa’s primates and their habitat. Our members are committed leaders in the movement to protect Africa’s great apes and monkeys. They rescue primates orphaned by the vicious and exploitative wildlife trade, provide dedicated long term rehabilitative care, and protect critical wildlife habitat.
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