Publié le 24 Avril 2014

JOIN US MAY 30TH AT OUR GALA IN PORTLAND, OREGON! Our relationship with the local community is intrinsically linked to the survival of great apes in the surrounding Mbargue Forest. Our Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue Center has impacted the economy of the...

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Publié le 23 Avril 2014

In November 2004, IDA-Africa assisted the government of Cameroon with the confiscation of then 3-year-old Jack. Severely malnourished and desperately lonely, Jack was tied by his waist in a small, high-walled courtyard behind a house in the Cameroon town...

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Publié le 18 Avril 2014

Recently, we moved six-year-old Anita and five-year-old Selma, along with two other juveniles, to be integrated with a group of adult chimpanzees in a large enclosure complex that includes twenty acres of forest. Initially, caregivers carried Anita and...

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Publié le 18 Avril 2014

This past weekend IDA-Africa founder/director/veterinarian Sheri Speede was among the speakers at the International Primate Protection League conference in Summerville, South Carolina. Speakers included inspiring women and men from around the world, including...

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Publié le 15 Avril 2014

We’re so pleased that talented American veterinarian Dr. Susan Donohue has become a part of our volunteer team at Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue Center. Although she usually works with our chimpanzees in the forest, last week Susan set up a surgical unit...

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Publié le 12 Avril 2014

From 5-10pm at the beautiful University Club in downtown Portland, we'll raise money and awareness. Come have a wonderful time supporting IDA-Africa's amazing work for the chimpanzees and the local community. Get your tickets today at www.ida-africa....

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Publié le 6 Avril 2014

Margot (left) and Selma are two of four juveniles we moved over to Bikol’s group of 23, mostly adult, chimpanzees last week. In February 2011, Cameroon authorities confiscated then one-year-old Margot soon after a hunter had killed her mother and and...

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