Signing the agreement from left to right are Dr Marina Kenyon, Mr Nguyen Van Dien, Dr Alison Cronin, and Professor Kurtis Pei with members of the Cat Tien National Park and Dao Tien Centre in support.
On the 9th January 2018, Dr Marina Kenyon, (Director of Dao Tien), Mr Nguyen Van Dien, (Director Cat Tien National Park), Dr Alison Cronin, (Director of EAST & Monkey World), & Professor Kurtis Pei, (Professor of Wildlife Science) signed a 5 year agreement to continue the work in Vietnam Cat Tien National Park for another 5 years. It has been 10 years since the park was originally established to rescue, rehabilitate and release endangered primates in South Vietnam. Members of the Dao Tien & Cat Tien National Park teams were there to witness this momentous occasion!
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Primates in our care
At Dao Tien Endangered Primate Species Centre in Vietnam we care for rescued endangered primates
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On the 9th January 2018, Dr Marina Kenyon, (Director of Dao Tien), Mr Nguyen Van Dien, (Director Cat Tien National Park), Dr Alison
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