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WIKIPEDIA articles! The Great Apes Survival Project (GRASP),
established in 2001, aims to conserve the great apes (chimpanzees,
gorillas and orangutans) and their habitat - primarily forested
tropical ecosystems that provide important services to humanity,
through pro-poor conservation and sustainable development
strategies. GRASP is a UNEP and UNESCO-led World Summit on
Sustainable Development (WSSD) Type II Partnership bringing
together all the principal institutional actors in great ape
conservation - United Nations agencies, biodiversity-related
multilateral environmental agreements, great ape range state and
donor governments, non-governmental organizations, scientists,
local communities and the private sector.
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