Papaye International is an association that fights for the conservation of chimpanzees. It is in the heart of the Douala/Edéa Natural Park in Cameroon that you can meet this pretty family of chimpanzees. The actions of Papaye International are centered around three facets:
- Rescue, protection and preservation against poaching more than widespread in the country.
- Rehabilitation in a protected environment of injured, abandoned and sometimes even abused orphans.
- Role of sensitizing local populations to the cause.
Once the little monkeys have been saved, head to the sanctuary for their rehabilitation in the wild. The association then offers you to sponsor the little orphan. The financial assistance that you provide to this new member of the family will ensure its protection and preservation. Papaye International, for its part, undertakes to share your son's adventures with you by email.
The Papaye International family is made up of 33 chimpanzees saved by the association from abandonment, poaching, etc.
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