Elonga is the little one of the group. At about 5 months, he was destined for international wildlife trafficking. Saved at the last minute, he almost died during his quarantine due to many infections. Today he is well and is learning life in the forest. Soon he will join the other chimps to learn the rules of chimp society !
Naseka arrived at P-WAC in December 2020 at the age of about a year and a half. After being seized by the Congolese state and placed in the Kinshasa Zoo, he was transferred to the rehabilitation center to start a new life. Infected by many intestinal parasites, he was treated by our team. Naseka means “I laugh” in Lingala because, since his first outing in the forest, he smiles and has become a real funny guy. He is learning about the joys of the forest and will soon be introduced to the Elonga group.
Lipipi is the youngest of the project. Arrived at about 4 months old in December 2020, she had been at the Kinshasa Zoo after being brought there by an individual. She was in poor health when she arrived at the zoo, skeletal and very ill (lung disease). She has bullet marks on her stomach from the massacre of her group. Since being in the rehabilitation center, she has come to life. Today, she begins her outings in the forest to take her first steps in her element and in a few months, she can be introduced to other chimpanzees. For now, she is being pampered by her little surrogate mother who watches over her day and night.
Among the red-tail :
Bitumba means warrior. Brought into P-WAC at the end of 2018, he was held in Matadi by Joe’s former owner, who had promised not to buy any more monkeys … in vain. Bitumba was chained next to a dog and was terrified. After his quarantine, he joined the group and after at first being frightened of Kiki, he became his personal bodyguard. Nobody touches Kiki without the Bitumba’s approval!
Madesu arrived at P-WAC in 2019 after being seized in Kinshasa. He arrived very small, at about 5 months old, and went out of control when he saw the madesu (traditional dish of beans) cooked for the team. He demanded it and did not calm down until he got some, hence his name! As soon as he was introduced to the group, Joe came to hug him, and he moved on with his little mom. She introduced him to the others and integrated him with his peers. Madesu has grown up well, he has become the alarm caller in the group when birds or snakes threaten.
Choose your type of sponsorship
- Classic Sponsorship for 10 € : You will receive a biography of your adoptee, with his or her story, his past and details of his life in the center since his rescue.
- Medium Sponsorship for 15 € : In addition to his biography, you will receive a photo of your adoptee by email.
- Prestige Sponsorship for 30 € : With this level, you automatically receive a P-WAC project membership, With your membership offer, you will receive a membership card by mail.
- Luxury Sponsorship for 100 € : In addition to the photo and membership, you will get updates of the daily life of your adoptee through stories and photos via Whatsapp.
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You can pay by bank transfer by giving our bank details to your bank, or pay by check to the order of P-WAC.
Bank (address) : CA CENTRE-EST (VILLETTE D’ANTHON)
Beneficiary : ASSOC. PROJECT FOR WILDLIFEAND APES CONSERVATION
BIC/SWIFT : AGRIFRPP878
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|Classic Sponsorship: 10 €||Medium Sponsorship: 15 €|
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