GRASP Ambassador Nadya Hutagalung to Address UN General Assembly in World Wildlife Day Event
Learn About the Great Apes and their Habitats
UNEP-RSPO Agreement to Raise Global Profile of Sustainable Palm Oil

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

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

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


This #WorldWildlifeDay #GRASP is serious about 'The Illicit Trade in Great Apes
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