Animal Projects And Environmental Education (Ape)

APE projects are run on the basis that they can never do enough for the future of endangered animals. Therefore as long as the animals remain on the IUCN Red List, the APE team will soldier on!

They see the projects as a colossal team project spanning countries and generations. The work put in today by Ms Australian Accountant and Mr Malaysian Student will be developed and enhanced by Mr Polish Restaurant Owner and Mr UK Policeman a few months later. Even more will be carried out by Ms Brazilian Manager several years down the road… everything in the interest of improving the environment and lives of the endangered animals through communities.

Due to the scale of the projects, programmes are broken down into smaller ones and each programme is further divided into many parts. This means that every person participating in an APE programme would be contributing in more ways than one towards the advancement of the programmes!

Working hand-in-hand with partners, volunteers, participants, local communities and corporations, APE aims to continue taking small, steady incremental steps that give solid results, building upon each other to achieve the bigger aim of rehabilitation and conservation within the scope of programmes!

For any enquiry on APE’s programmes, agency and representation, or assistance before or during the programme, please do contact

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