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60 Minutes to Rebroadcast Jane Goodall Interview Jan. 22

This Sunday’s 60 MINUTES will include the October 2010 interview with Dr.

Dr. Goodall Speaks at Climate Change Conference

On December 7, 2011, Dr. Jane Goodall spoke at a high-level event at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP 17) held in Durban, South Africa.

Bathing Beauties!

 

Happy Holidays from Tchimpounga

Give the gift that keeps on giving!  You can support the chimpanzees at Tchimpounga with a Chimpanzee Guardianship!

JGI Hails Paradigm Shift in Chimpanzee Research―Calls for Transparency

After reviewing a report released last week by a committee of the Institute of Medicine (IOM), which had been tasked by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) to analyze the necessity of using chimpanzees in biomedical and behavioral research, the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) welcomed the committee’s conclusions and recommendations, noting that they represent a paradigm shift in how the United States approaches the use of one of our closest relatives in the animal kingdom in invasive medical research.

 

A Feast to Behold

By Jenny Desmond

 

Chimpanzees eat a lot!

 

147 chimpanzees eat more than 1,250 pounds of food each day!  Every day, Tchimpounga’s residents require 1,110 pounds of fruits and vegetables, 80 pounds of soya, 55 pounds of rice, 7 pounds of powdered milk, and at least one can of baby formula and cereal.  

 

Termite Fishing at Gombe

It is the beginning of the termite fishing season at Gombe National Park.  During this season, chimpanzees spend a considerable amount of time searching and extracting termites from mounds.  Termites are small, nutritious insects.  However, due to the insect’s small size, termite fishing requires patience and hard work.

 

Thanksgiving Message from Jane and Free E-Cards

At the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI), we have so much to be thankful for ths year -- most of all, our loyal members.  The support of our members in 2011 has enabled us to continue our efforts to save endangered chimpanzees, help the communities that live alongside chimpanzee habitat and, empower young people to make the world a better place for all living things.

 

This Thanksgiving, we wanted to do something special for our members so we put together these free Thanksgiving JGI e-cards We hope you enjoy them!

Mambou

Mambou arrived at Tchimpounga emaciated, malnourished and with no strength to move. Thanks to the care of the staff at Tchimpounga, healthy Mambou now plays for hours with his friends.

Staff Spotlight: Dario Merlo, JGI-DRC

Dario Merlo is the project coordinator for the Jane Goodall Institute’s community-centered conservation program in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC-CCC). The DRC-CCC program is a holistic approach to conservation. By improving health care, providing reproductive health services, and supporting local people to develop sustainable and more efficient agricultural and livestock practices, the program aims to build communities’ capacity for conservation.

 

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