Help Save Cross River GorillasAfrica's most endangered great ape
The Cross River Gorilla, with fewer than 300 individuals estimated to exist in the wild, is the most endangered of the gorilla subspecies. It is listed by the IUCN as Critically Endangered. This is the highest ranking for species that remain in the wild, and means the Cross River gorilla is at risk of extinction.
Cross River Gorillas
Eastern Lowland Gorilla
Western Lowland Gorillas
By donating you will be helping us to create a 64,000 ha rainforest corridor, reconnecting 11 Cross River gorilla populations across south-west Cameroon.
What we do
Protecting Cross River Gorillas
Training & Capacity Building
Developing forest corridors
Value chain development
With your help we can create new protected areas for Cross River gorillas!
Work on conservation projects saving these great apes from extinction.
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STORIES FROM THE FIELD
Cameroon women in conservation science: Research reveals increasing chimpanzee population in new reserve
Exciting news, as an increasing number of Cameroon Nigeria Chimpanzees are being captured on camera traps in the Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary. During the last survey in this sanctuary, a large group of 20 chimpanzees was caught on camera trap footage.
Many displaced by the conflict are fleeing to biodiversity hotspots, clearing forests to build homes and hunting endangered animals for survival. Around midday in the lush bushlands of western Cameroon, Nsong Gabriel enters a small makeshift hut to get a cup of the...
The government of Cameroon has approved the creation of a new community forest in Manyu Division. The two-year Provisional Management Agreement of the community forest to be named BANCK (Bakumba, Ayukaba, Numba, Chinda, Kendem) community forest, was approved by the Minister of Forestry and Wildlife, Philip Ngolle Ngwesse, through a Ministerial Decision N o 003 of January, 3 2018.