Meet Belinga

Meet Belinga

This orphan gorilla was transferred to the PGFV in June 2011 and integrated with other orphaned gorillas in early 2012. She was welcomed by all members of our rehabilitation group. Since then, Bélinga has become attached to Éliwa who spends a lot of her time foraging. We are working to return Bélinga and the others back to their natural home in the wild.

Gorillas in our rehabilitation program
Gorillas at our sanctuary

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Our Work

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Local education programs

We conduct environmental education campaigns to show how local communities can be a part of forest conservation and great-ape protection initiatives. This is also a great opportunity for us to get to know local communities and better understand their realities.

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Outreach through tourism

We provide low-impact tourism opportunities for people from around the world to learn about great apes.

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Whether it is by helping us rescue orphaned western lowland gorillas, provide employment for some local people or raise awareness on the plight of gorillas; your donations will make a difference in securing a future for wild western lowland gorillas in Gabon.

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