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MISSION


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MISSION


The Kasanka Baboon Project is a 501(c)(3) whose mission is to create a long-term field site dedicated to the study of the little-known Kinda baboon while providing capacity building in science education in the surrounding communities, empowerment to young women, and public awareness of wildlife conservation.

 

 

 

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WILDLIFE


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WILDLIFE


Conservation

Through education and direct action, the KBP is committed to reducing the threat of poaching in Kasanka National Park. 

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Research

The KBP conducts long-term research on Kinda Baboons, a little-known primate that helps us understand animal behavior, biology and evolution.

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COMMUNITY


We work to empower and educate girls in the rural Zambian community where the Kasanka Baboon Project operates.

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COMMUNITY


We work to empower and educate girls in the rural Zambian community where the Kasanka Baboon Project operates.