Our partner organisations

MPC is a partner organisation of Le Haut Commissariat aux Eaux et Fôrets et la Lutte Contre le Désertification and Ifrane National Park in Morocco:

 

Our official partner organisations:

 

AAP, Sanctuary for exotic animals

 

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Institut Scientifique – Rabat:                                                                               Selamatkan Yaki – Manado, Indonesia:

                                                              

 

 

 

MPC works together with:

  • AESVT, Morocco
  • La Montagne des Singes, France
  • Rocamadour, France
  • Affenberg Salem, Germany
  • Trentham monkey forest, UK
  • Wild Futures & Monkey Sanctuary, UK
  • IPPL
  • University of Lincoln, UK
  • Roehampton University, UK
  • Depana, Spain
  • Brigitte Bardot Foundation, France
  • University of Rennes, France
  • SPANA, Morocco
  • Stichting Wakker Dier, Holland
  • WWF MedPo
  • The Barbary macaque project

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Contact

Stichting Moroccan Primate Conservation/
Moroccan Primate Conservation foundation
Van Hogendorpstraat 68E,
1051 BS, Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel: +31(0)644787261 /
+212(0)652641309
Email: info@mpcfoundation.nl

About us

MPC is an NGO that has successfully worked on the conservation of the endangered Barbary macaque in Morocco since 2003. MPC is the official partner of the Moroccan government for the protection of this unique species. 

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