Learn About the Great Apes and their Habitats
UNEP-RSPO Agreement to Raise Global Profile of Sustainable Palm Oil
GRASP apeAPP Earns Environmental Award

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:

  • Illegal Trade
  • Conflict Sensitive Conservation
  • Disease Monitoring
  • Green Economy
  • Habitat Protection
  • Political Advocacy

Stolen Apes Report

Stolen Apes Report

Public Awareness / Publications
Sumatran Orangutan Report

Sumatran Orangutan Report

Palm Oil / Publications
GRASP Supports the Spain-UNEP LifeWeb Initiative

GRASP Supports the Spain-UNEP LifeWeb Initiative

Protected Area
U.N. Peacekeepers Airlift Chimpanzees from Supermarket to Sanctuary

U.N. Peacekeepers Airlift Chimpanzees from Supermarket to Sanctuary

UN Rescues
A.P.E.S portal

A.P.E.S portal

Database
apeAPP

apeAPP

Protected Area / Public Awareness
UN Helicopters Return Gorilla Orphan to DR Congo

UN Helicopters Return Gorilla Orphan to DR Congo

UN Rescues
Tai-Sapo Forest Complex

Tai-Sapo Forest Complex

Protected Area

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 here

  • The Illicit Trade in Great Apes | World Wildlife Day
  • A Strategic Partnership (UNEP & RSPO MoU)
  • Sustainable Palm Oil: Generating Global Demand and Raising Market Standards
  • Stolen Apes - The illicit trade in Chimpanzees, Gorillas, Bonobos and Orangutans
  • APEAPP : Mobile Conservation on the Go!
  • GRASP Supports the Spain-UNEP LifeWeb Initiative

Partner Categories: GRASP is comprised of nearly 100 partners in 6 categories. Click read more to learn about our partners

WORLD WILDLIFE DAY 3 MARCH 

This #WorldWildlifeDay #GRASP is serious about 'The Illicit Trade in Great Apes
Join us in the lead up to World Wildlife Day on March 3. Use your voice to tell the world that it’s time to take a stand against organized wildlife crime before it’s too late. twitter-cover
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