Newsletter Subscriber Survey 2016
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How would you best describe the Jane Goodall Institute’s (JGI) work in Australia and around the world?
JGI researches wild chimpanzees and protects orphaned and injured chimpanzees through chimpanzee sanctuaries and working with local authorities.
JGI works with villages in or near chimpanzee habitats to address local needs through community-centred conservation programs.
JGI provides educational programs, particularly focused on young women, around career skills and reproductive health.
JGI runs Roots & Shoots, a youth-led community action and education program giving young people the values, skills and knowledge to care for animals, people and our shared environment.
All of the above. JGI is unique because of the holistic nature of our work.
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