WILD@LIFE.e.V's urgent appeal to build the 1st Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Angola, Africa. We must also urgently Rescue infant Chimpanzees Jacka and Caliando from the horrific wildlife trade and continue in our ongoing wildlife rescue projects and also continue in our protection of the Forests working closely with the local Rangers. The current Covid-19 pandemic has impacted countless charitable causes and lives. For Wild@Life this has meant our donations have lowered considerably since March 2020. We now have an urgent need for help to feed our rescued Chimpanzees, and our rescued Moustached Guenon that are in rehabilitation at our temporary but small sanctuary in Angola, Africa. We provide foods like Nuts, rice balls and fresh fruits and also the veterinary needs, costing our nonprofit Charity £50 per week for just one Chimpanzee in our care. The small enclosures that we currently have are not adequate to provide more shelter for the urgent rescue and rehabilitation of Chimpanzees that are in need of help and working closely with the local community we have a estimated price to have one large unit installed, and that will allow that we can rescue more infant chimpanzee in critical conditions within the area of Angola, Africa(Angola is the 20th largest country in the world at 1,246,620 sq km and in that space alone, there is not one wildlife sanctuary for Chimpanzees). The cost of a housing facility for us to expand has been estimated at close to £26,000 but this is the absolute only possible way we can continue in our voluntary life saving work with Wildlife, and we truly appreciate that this is a difficult time for many, So we give humble thanks for any donation you may be able to spare.
Photograph of Caliando - March 2020 whom is held Captive within a dark container, Wild@life must rescue him.
Mission Caita: Goals.
1. Build the first Chimpanzee Sanctuary in
Angola, Africa so that we can provide
emergency shelter, medical expertise and a
future for the endangered Chimpanzee
(Pan troglodytes) that our voluntary team
Rescue from the Wildlife trade.
2. Rescue and Rehabilitate Chimpanzees Jacka
and Caliando, both held in horrific
conditions by unscrupulous people involved in
the wildlife trade.
3. Ranger Empowerment Law Enforcement and
Education. Wild@life work closely with
Angolan Rangers in our now temporary
Sanctuary, so that Chimpanzees are
safeguarded and to protect their future
Habitat for their release into the wild.
CHIMPANZEE URGENT RESCUE..!
Photo below of Chimpanzee Caliando, Currently held within a dark container. Tied down with chains and sitting in his own excrement, he was
kidnapped from the forests and his family slaughtered. Please support us in his urgent rescue? Caliando deserves freedom.
Photo below of Chimpanzee infant Jacka, whose whole family were slaughtered for bushmeat and is currently being used to lure tourists to a
hotspot. We must save him; but we have no more room in our temporary sanctuary and one of the reasons are mission is of vital importance.
Photo below of Wild@Life.e.V's founder, Asli Han Gedik with Zizi and Zeze the Chimpanzees after she and her team rescued them from the
Widlifetrade. Zeze to the right was attacked with a Macheteand had a bullet lodged inside him, his whole family slaughtered for Bushmeat.
Now Zeze and Zizi have made remarkable recovery and it is one of our many successful stories.
Breakdown of costs.
Each Chimpanzee costs, £50 per week, which is £200 a month in our care; this includes their Fresh fruits, rice balls, nuts and veterinary needs.
Each Moustached Guenon costs, £30 per week, which is £130 a month in our care; this includes their Fresh fruits, nuts and veterinary needs.
We also currently hire two Chimpanzee Nurses from the Angola Area in Africa to help with the daily feeding and care of our infant Chimpanzee,
Costing Wild@Life £500 a month, the rest of our staff are volunteers.
The small enclosures that we currently have are not adequate to provide more shelter for the urgent rescue and rehabilitation of Chimpanzees
that are in urgent need of help and so working closely with the local community we have a estimate price to have one large eco unit built that will allow our team to rescue and house more Primates in critical conditions within the area of Angola, Africa(Angola is the 20th largest country in the world at 1,246,620 sq km and in that space alone, there is not one wildlife sanctuary for Chimpanzee).
The cost of a housing facility for us to expand has been estimated at close to £26,000
Wild@Life.e.V is a Non-profit Charity incorporated as a German NGO: Registration.VR 1583. We have an extensive area of expertise as the need
to Conserve wild animals increase day by day. The work includes Lion, Primates, Elephant rescue, rehabilitation and release, and rescuing animals from war zones like Syria.
Please do visit our Website. View our success stories, updates and follow our wildlife news.
Thank you, from the team at Wild@life.e.V
Our website www.wildatlife.com
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- MIRKA PEŠKOVÁ
- Bridget Macedonski
- Jo Chou
- Maatje Van Oers
- Edward Potter