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GRASP Activity and Finance Plan
Year of the Gorilla Ambassador and GRASP Chief Consultant, Ian Redmond, discusses Gorilla Conservation on Radio France International's Crossroads Debate. arrowMore

GRASP Activity and Finance Plan
New book from Wildlife Photographer Gene Eckhart and Arcus Foundation Great Ape Program Director Annette Lanjouw, "Mountain Gorillas: Biology, Conservation, and Coexistence". arrowMore

GRASP Activity and Finance Plan Petit Loango Wetland, Oil or Gorillas?” has been nominated for a 2009 ROSCAR Award at the Durban Wild Talk Africa Film Festival. The film was produced by GRASP in collaboration with Toon Films. arrowVideo Preview

GRASP Activity and Finance Plan
Gorillas on 'thin' ice fundraiser skates-off at the Natural History Museum Ice Rink in London on January 15th to kick-off the 2009 Year of the Gorilla. arrowMore

GRASP Activity and Finance Plan
GRASP is pleased to announce that Dr. Inza Koné, a member of the Scientific Commission, has won the 2009 Future for Nature Award. GRASP congratulates Dr. Inza Koné on receiving this prestigious award. arrowMore

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GRASP launches new online photo gallery GRASP launches new online photo gallery! Click here to view.  
2009 Declared Year of the Gorilla Convention on Migratory Species declares 2009 Year of the Gorilla  
Great Ape Conservation in DRC Gets a Boost from Spain

Great Ape Conservation in DRC Gets a USD 360,000 Boost from Spain
 
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GRASP Activity and Finance Plan
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The Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP) is an innovative and ambitious project of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) with an immediate challenge - to lift the threat of imminent extinction faced by gorillas (Gorilla beringei, G. gorilla), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), bonobos (Pan paniscus) and orangutans (Pongo abelii, P. pygmaeus) across their ranges in equatorial Africa and south-east Asia. arrow More

arrowClick for Interactive Map Great Ape Distribution of the World
Great Ape Distribution of the World
Source: World Atlas of Great Apes, WCMC - UNEP (2005)
Great Ape Range States pdf

 

Angola
Burundi
Cameroon
CAR
DRC
Congo
Côte d'Ivoire
Eq. Guinea

 

Gabon
Ghana

Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Indonesia
Liberia
Malaysia
Mali

 

Nigeria
Rwanda
Senegal
Sierra Leone
Sudan
UR of Tanzania
Uganda
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