Africa Programs

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For Dr. Goodall's 81st Birthday, JGI is Working to Bring Gombe into the 21st Century with New Facilities for Field Research Assistants.

JGI's Innovations at the 2014 IUCN World Parks Congress Published Online

In November 2014, the Jane Goodall Institute participated at the IUCN World Parks Congress in Australia with the support of JGI Global and especially Polly Cevallos a member of JGI's global board. Congress materials have just been made available online and JGI's presentations are outlined below. Described as the "landmark forum on protected areas," experts gathered to share information at the Congress, and work together towards the creation of an agenda for protected areas conservation.

JGI's Year End Update

Walk in the footsteps of Jane Goodall with Google Maps

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Walk in the footsteps of Jane Goodall with Google Maps

Explore Gombe National Park, Tanzania in Street View, forest home of Jane Goodall’s chimpanzee research: http://goo.gl/2EnwtQ

Walk the Trails of Gombe with New Interactive Maps Experience

Gombe Street View Presents New Way Of Experiencing the Same Trails that Dr. Goodall Has Been Exploring for More Than Five Decades.

Top Five Views from New Gombe Street View with Google Maps

For the last five decades Dr. Jane Goodall, JGI's researchers and staff have been bringing us into the world of the chimpanzees of Gombe through their scientific exploration, ongoing behavioral research and perhaps most importantly, through the individual life stories of the chimpanzees that live there. These stories from Gombe have been a part of our lives for so long that this magical place has almost become mythical ...

Population & Chimpanzee Conservation

The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is dedicated to the conservation of chimpanzees and the African forests that they call home.

Program Spotlight: Girl's Scholarship Project

In many rural communities throughout Africa, girls must take a back seat to boys when it comes to education.
 
Due to limited economic resources, families often have to choose which of their children are sent to school and who will stay to help the household. In the vast majority of these cases, boys are selected to attend school while girls end up remaining in the home.

Program Spotlight: Girl's Peer Education Project

Would you believe that something as simple as access to feminine hygiene products can drastically improve the life and future of a girl in Africa? 

Sadly, many girls in Africa never finish their schooling. In fact, due to many families’ strained economic resources, many never even begin their education.
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Walk in the footsteps of Jane Goodall with Google Maps

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Saving Chimps From Snares (Graphic Images)!

This is the story of Mugu Moja, a young juvenile chimpanzee.