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So many African elephants are poached for ivory they may be extinct by 2028.
Poverty, industrial and economic development, greed, corruption, and weak governance all contribute to illegal trafficking.
Our on-the-ground, collaborative approach improves health care, access to education and income generation for locals which is the first step to habitat protection.
Wildlife trafficking renders thousands of chimps motherless. It is a brutal practice that severs the bond between infant and mother.
Pictured here is a juvenile chimp named George who just arrived at our Tchimpounga sanctuary. His caregiver Chantal is with him around the clock.