Join us for a special IPPL event honoring Ape Action Africa

IPPL staff, and local residents and supporters from anywhere in the country are invited to attend a special presentation by Ape Action Africa (AAA) being held at our headquarters in Summerville. Please see Event Details and options for RSVP below.

Dr. Rachel Hogan, OBE, Founder of ape Action Africa, was awarded the Order of the British Empire for her outstanding work in conservation. IPPL has awarded grants to AAA to sustain this life-saving work for a number of years.

Dr. Rachel Hogan, OBE and Susan Lutter of Ape Action Africa will be making a special presentation about their work with primates. Dr. Hogan recently received the Order of the British Empire in recognition of her outstanding work protecting primates.

Ape Action Africa is based in Cameroon and has been receiving regular small grants from IPPL for its amazing primate rescue work. They will tell us lots of anecdotes about some of the wonderful apes and monkeys they have rescued from bush meat markets, illegal trade, and other bad situations.

AAA cares for over 350 primates, including:
• Chimpanzees
• Gorillas
• Putty nose guenons
• De Brazza’s monkeys
• Mandrills
• Vervets
• Moustached monkeys
• Patas monkeys….
and many other species

Event details

[su_row][su_column size=”1/3″ center=”no” class=””]Where:
IPPL Headquarters
Founder’s Building
120 Primate Lane
Summerville, SC USA[/su_column]
[su_column size=”1/3″ center=”no” class=””]When:
7 May 2019
11am – 1pm Eastern
Refreshments will be provided by IPPL after the presentation.[/su_column]
[su_column size=”1/3″ center=”no” class=””]To RSVP:
Dr. Shirley McGreal, OBE 843-442-1436 or
Dr. McGreal’s Assistant, Jessica, 843-480-3568[/su_column][/su_row]

If you have questions please don’t hesitate contact us. Please leave your name and a call-back number if you are asked to leave a message.


Want to learn more about AAA before the event? AAA’s rescue of Farah, an orphaned infant chimp, was featured in our most recent edition of IPPL News.  Check it out to learn more about Farah’s journey at Ape Action Africa.