The following organisations are working to protect Gorillas, or are involved in their study and care.

Ape Action Africa, formerly Cameroon Wildlife Aid Fund
Ape Action Africa is committed to ape conservation in Africa - protecting Cameroon’s great apes through direct action, including rescuing orphaned gorillas, chimpanzees and monkeys, giving them a safe forest sanctuary home where they can live with their own kind.
Bushmeat Crisis Task Force
The BCTF vision is to eliminate the illegal commercial bushmeat trade through the development of a global network that actively supports and informs nations, organizations, scientists and the general public.
Bushmeat Project
The Bushmeat Project has been established to support partnerships that will help the people of equatorial Africa to protect the region’s vital ecosystems and vibrant societies.
Friends of Conservation
FOC was founded in 1982 to help prevent wildlife and habitat degredation in the Masai Mara - one of the most ecologically important regions of the world.
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust
Durrell strives to save the most threatened species in the most threatened places around the world. Biodiversity is essential for human survival and our aim is to ensure we can persist alongside the myriad of plants and animals that inhabit our planet.
Gorilla Haven
Gorilla Haven, gorilla welfare in captivity & in the wild.
Great Ape Project
GAP is an international movement that aims to defend the rights of the non-human great primates - chimpanzees, gorillas, orangutans and bonobos, our closest relatives in the animal kingdom.
Humane Society US
The Humane Society of the United States is the nation's largest and most effective animal protection organization.
International Gorilla Conservation Programme (UK)
The goal of the International Gorilla Conservation Programme (IGCP) is to ensure the conservation of mountain gorillas and their regional afromontane forest habitat in Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Pandrillus - Limbe Wildlife Centre, Cameroon
Limbe Wildlife Center was founded in 1993 as a collaborative effort between the Government of Cameroon and Pandrillus. At that time, Peter and Liza were doing field work in Cameroon for the drill survey.
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