New Web Tool Facilitates Joint Efforts to Protect Great Apes and Fight Climate Change
GRASP Pioneer Mapesa Dies After Lengthy Illness
UN Airlifts Chimpanzee to Safety in DR Congo

GRASP is a United Nations initiative committed to ensuring the long-term survival of chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and orangutans and their habitats in Africa and Asia. GRASP's 6 key priorities are listed below:

 Featured News : Popular articles, stories & activities from GRASP. Click on theicon for a quick read. For more news click here

Featured Videos: GRASP videos highlight important issues and objectives. Click on  icon to start video. Explore video library

  • Global Landscapes Forum 2015 #GLFCOP21
  • A Sense of Urgency : GLFCOP21
  • Indonesia Fire Haze Crisis: Webcast04
  • Trafficking of Great Apes webcast

GRASP Activities : Explore projects and programmes initiated by GRASP to protect the great apes and their habitats.

Partner Categories: GRASP is comprised of a 102 partners in 6 categories. Click Read more to learn more about the partnership