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Join PEN in Celebrating Macaques

In honor of the first-ever International Macaque Day this month on March 16th, PEN wanted to share some fun activities that primate conservation educators can use in teaching communities about our macaque friends. All of these materials can be found

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Primate Education in Indonesia: PEN Prize Winner Mathilde Chanvin

PEN’s Lessons Learned Challenge Prize Contest Winner Mathilde Chanvin was awarded $250 USD (with support from Eric Losh Illustration) for her primate education efforts in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Read Mathilde’s updates from the field below to learn how our support helped her to lead an end of

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Primate Education in Uganda: PEN Prize Winner Denis Agaba

PEN’s Lessons Learned Challenge Prize Contest Winner Denis Agaba was awarded $250 USD (with support from Eric Losh Illustration) for his primate education efforts in Uganda. Read Denis’ updates from the field below to learn how our support helped him to reach 27 schools and bring students

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Primate Education in Peru: PEN Prize Winner Yeissy Sarmiento Guevara

PEN’s Lessons Learned Challenge Prize Contest Winner Yeissy Sarmiento Guevara was awarded $250 USD (with support from Eric Losh Illustration) for her primate education efforts in Peru. Read Yeissy’s updates from the field below to learn how our support helped her organization, Neotropical Primate Conservation (NPC),

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Introducing the winners of PEN’s Storytelling Challenge Prize Contest!

We are proud to announce and congratulate the finalists of our Storytelling Challenge Prize Contest.  The winners are Aline Oliveira Santos, Maholy Ravaloharimanitra, and Swasti Mukti! They will be awarded $250 USD (with support from Primate Connections) for their primate education efforts.

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Bid for Chimps!

Did you know that Uganda is one of the most primate rich countries in the world, harboring a diverse range of 20 primate species and subspecies, including the eastern chimpanzee and critically endangered mountain gorilla? Deforestation, human-wildlife conflict, poverty, disease,

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Cadastro do Concurso de Contação de História de PEN (Português)

Você usa histórias fortes e persuasivas para atingir os corações e mentes das pessoas? É o Dia Internacional do Primata!  Comemore junto com a comunidade global PEN de educadores para conservação dos primatas e participe do Concurso de Contação de

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Entre al Concurso del Premio al Estímulo de la Narrativa de PEN (Español)

Usas historias poderosas y persuasivas para cambiar los corazones y mentes? Es el Día Internacional del Primate!  Celebra con la comunidad global de educadores enfocados en primates PEN participando en nuestro Concurso del Premio al Estímula de la Narrativa. El

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Share Your Story: Enter PEN’s Storytelling Challenge Prize Contest

Do you use powerful and persuasive stories to change hearts and minds?   It’s International Primate Day!  Celebrate with PEN’s global community of primate conservation educators by entering our Storytelling Challenge Prize Contest. The purpose of PEN’s contest is to

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Featured Primate Educator: Paul M. Mugisha

Paul M. Mugisha started working for the Kibale Chimpanzee Project as a Junior Ranger with the Kibale Snare Removal Program (KSRP) in July 2008.  Four years later, he was promoted to Senior Ranger status and this year to Head Ranger.

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