Partnering with African Wildlife Foundation

PEGAS and the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) have agreed to a collaborative working relationship to cooperate in fighting great ape trafficking. The PEGAS Project Manager met in August with AWF’s Philip Muruthi, Chief Scientist, Landscape Conservation Programs, and Jef Dupain, Director, AWF African Apes Initiative, at AWF’s office in Nanyuki, Kenya. We agreed to collaborate in three main areas:

  • Great Apes Working Group in CITES
  • Initiating great ape repatriation procedures in illegal trade import countries
  • Ascertaining great ape trafficking networks and trade routes in Central Africa

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