Rescued chimp health check - Jane Goodall

Give a Rescued Chimpanzee a Health Check

Give the gift of health for the rescued chimpanzees living at the Tchimpounga sanctuary this holiday season.

The Jane Goodall Institute’s Tchimpounga sanctuary in the Republic of Congo is home to more than 140 orphaned chimpanzees rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. When rescued chimpanzees arrive at the sanctuary they’re often sick and injured having escaped life-threatening situations. Tchimpounga is their second chance and it’s critical that they receive the life-saving care they need so they can thrive. This holiday season, give the gift of a healthy future for chimps in need. 



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The Jane Goodall Institute does not endorse handling, interacting or close proximity to chimpanzees or other wildlife. The rescued chimpanzees seen in these photographs are cared for by trained professionals at the Tchimpounga Chimpanzee Rehabilitation Center. Photo credit: Fernando Turmo / JGI