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Yummy apples, juicy oranges and succulent bananas… so many delicious treats you can offer our young friends to provide them with loads of vitamines after the flu oubreak…

Interested ? Join the chimps on their Easter page and spoil THEM!

https://jackchimp.yolasite.com/easter-for-them.php

🍑🍋🍌 THANK    YOU!!🍍🍉🍇

 

J.A.C.K is currently attending the PASA 2019 vet workshop in Yaoundé (Cameroon). Great meetings and wonderful moments spent with our colleagues of the other sanctuaries. Thank you all!

This Valentine’s Day, help a young chimpanzee in honour of your Loved one! The sponsorship of a chimpanzee is an exceptionnal gift which will make your Loved one happy and also represent wonderful support to orphaned chimpanzees in DRC…

Interested? Do you want to Love and to Give?

Join the young residents on their ‘sponsor-me’ page

Thank YOU and have a HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!!!

 

Robyn is a young friend who did some volunteering at J.A.C.K. earlier this year. When leaving, she mentionned she would help and do all her best to raise awareness about J.A.C.K.

This is how she managed to collect some funds during a huge rugby match last March.

Today, Robyn’s action is different: she has made a banner for J.A.C.K. which is currently to be seen at the AFRICA DOWN UNDER CONFERENCE in Perth. A nice way to promote J.A.C.K.’s conservation work in the DRC, isn’t it?

Thank you again, Robyn, and many thanks also to your Dad, Jason, who helps you achieve your goals in developing actions in favour of the hairy residents of J.A.C.K. Your Love and support are really appreciated!!!

J.A.C.K. is the name of our sanctuary but it is also the name of our dog. He is among the so many animals we have rescued so far and, because he is very playful and because he has a great heart, he has always been a good friend to the different rescued chimpanzees we have had.

 

At J.A.C.K., whatever the species, once an animal is suffering, we rescue it and reintroduce it if possible! This is how we are giving a peaceful life to 9 cats today. All of them were meant to die. Our oldest cat is 19 years old 

Are celebrated today all the great Rangers who daily protect their fauna and flora and I want to highlight all these brave Rangers who lost their lives when courageously protecting the patrimony of their coutry! MANY THANKS to ALL OF THEM!

At J.A.C.K., we have 2 Rangers of the DRC National Parks (ICCN) on duty day and night to ensure the security of our rescued chimpanzees but also of our team. Their presence is essential as J.A.C.K has been through criminal arsons twice for the last 12 years…

J.A.C.K. wants to thank its ICCN partner for providing 2 armed Rangers from the National Parks. Conservation and enforcing laws aren’t always easy and therefore security is needed at the sanctuary!

Also, J.A.C.K. wants to thank the International Primate Protection League for its annual sponsorship in covering all our Rangers’ needs (read more on : https://www.jacksanctuary.org/security-at-j-a-c-k-thanks-t…/

MANY, MANY THANKS TO THE RANGERS FOR THEIR DAILY COMMITMENT!

AND ANY THANKS TO THE ICCN & TO IPPL AS WITHOUT THEIR HELP, THERE WOULDN’T BE ANY SECURITY AT J.A.C.K.!

July 14 was World Chimpanzee Day and the residents of our sanctuary partied too as they were offered extra apples!!!

Their futur is in our hands!

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