With the mindset that “every action counts, no matter how small”, we initiated in 2016 the start of our journey by triggering the rescue of a little monkey family, which was caged along the railroad. This first action spontaneously led to the name of our organization ‘Three Monkeys’.
Thanks to the support of an increasing number of engaged individuals coming from all walks of life, we have been able to pursue along the way a myriad of other meaningful environmental projects. Our strong commitment eventually led us to become in 2020 an international non-profit organization registered in Belgium.
ASAP Species That We Work On
What We Do
Three Monkeys Wildlife Conservancy envisions a world in which wild animals can thrive and their welfare is being safeguarded. Therefore, our mission is to act, with the help of the community, for the protection of wild animals, their wilderness, and their well-being.
Over the years, our organization has mainly run activities related to education and environmental awareness, especially towards the importance of protecting highly threatened primate species occurring in Vietnam, which encompasses all the Vietnamese primate species listed by ASAP. More recently, we have launched a new collaborative initiative that aims at setting up an online library that centralizes available reports, publications, and databases related to endangered primates in Vietnam. This database will serve as an invaluable source of information for stakeholders involved with primate conservation. We are currently also in the process of establishing new projects, which include in-situ conservation of the ASAP species Delacour's langur.
Where We Work