We are deeply committed to the conservation and habitat restoration efforts for primates in the Osapeninsula. Our initiatives focus on carefully selecting and cultivating trees that serve as vital food sources for monkeys, ensuring the preservation of their natural habitat. We recognize the importance of engaging with local communities in this endeavor, fostering a collaborative approach that empowers residents to participate in and benefit from conservation efforts. By working hand-in-hand with the community, we aim to not only protect the habitats of these magnificent primates but also promote sustainable practices that benefit both wildlife and local livelihoods

Our efforts are driven by the recognition of the importance of maintaining genetic flow between primate populations and fighting against habitat fragmentation. As key components of the region’s biodiversity, primates play a vital role in maintaining healthy ecosystems. By restoring and preserving their habitats, we not only safeguard their survival but also promote genetic diversity and resilience within primate populations. Additionally, combating habitat fragmentation is crucial for enabling primates to move freely, access resources, and interact with neighboring populations, essential for maintaining healthy genetic exchange and population dynamics.