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September 24, 2014

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Check out the video above showing the wild baboons foraging in the morning winter sun at C.A.R.E. amongst the impala.  Wild male Jesse is courting alpha female Itchi who recently weaned her youngest son, San.  Jesse was nursed back to health in 2013 after suffering fro...

May 26, 2018

We are delighted that the Unbound Project has chosen to shine the spotlight onto C.A.R.E.'s founder Rita Miljo and our Assisting Managing Director Samantha Dewhirst.  Visit the story.

"Unbound is a multimedia and book project by acclaimed photojournalist Jo-Anne McArthu...

May 18, 2018

AS I TAKE MY LAST BREATH IN THE TIMBER PLANTATIONS OF SABIE

One day a strange new shiny metal climbing structure appeared on the edge of the fresh smelling pine forest we love to visit, once the sun has come up and the air starts to feel the warmth run through it. The f...

March 6, 2018

LAUGHTER REALLY IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL !

We wanted to share with you just a few special moments in the C.A.R.E. Phase I Rehabilitation Nursery Quarantine today. The two orphaned baby baboons are our most recent orphans, Raven and Arya, who have now spent over a week tog...

March 6, 2018

We were thrilled when Phalaborwa FM Radio Station agreed to give us some airtime to spread the word of the plight of Baboons and reach over 120,000 people who listen in on a Sunday morning!

So, volunteer staff member, Sam Keegan, and volunteer Daniela Burgos Illanes set...

September 25, 2017

12 wild-caught baboons destined for the biomedical research industry have been released thanks to C.A.R.E., the NSPCA and the EMS Foundation.

WE RAISED $4,857 of $4,000 GOAL!!

WITH A HUGE THANK YOU TO THE TEAM AROUND THE WORLD OF WALKERS, VOLUNTEER FUNDRAISERS AND GENEROUS SPONSORS WE BOUGHT OUR LIFE SAVING ULTRA SOUND MACHINE!  

#Walkingforbaboons2017

Many people rallied together to help and as a result, so m...

May 20, 2017

Today 19 Staff and Volunteers committed to pushing their own boundaries all for standing up for BABOONS! Walking 26km from the Grietjie Gate at C.A.R.E. to Kruger National Park in Phalaborwa, walking to raise money for essential veterinary equipment to save lives of si...

May 17, 2017

C.A.R.E. baboon sanctuary Directors join GFAS, The Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries and PASA, The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance workshops in Uganda.

Our annual global fundraiser #WalkingforBaboons has proven to be a huge success, not only raising funds but also awareness, encouraging people to take action, feel empowered and feel part of something global.  

We are proud that Anneka Svenska supports the work we do at...

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