Jane Goodall Institute
The Kibiria project in Burundi protects chimpanzees in their natural habitat via forest restoration and sustainable economic development of local communities raising awareness among local population.
Our objective is to preserve wildlife and chimpanzees and restore their eco-system.
The Jane Goodall Institute promotes understanding and protection of great apes and their habitat and builds on the legacy of Dr. Jane Goodall, its founder, to inspire individual action by young people of all ages to help animals, other people and to protect the world we all share.
ha. of The Mukungu – Rukambasi protected landscape, part of the Makamba protected landscape is demarcated and mapped
people taught about peace cohabitation with chimpanzees
forest plants and bamboo were distributed for agroforestry and restoration to 820 beneficiaries
community ecoguards recruited to support the protection of chimpanzees in the Vyanda reserve.
d&a is committed to prevent the unthinkable and stand on the side of a solution by supporting NGOs deploying valuable action in favour of peace, diversity and ecology.
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