Jane Goodall Institute

Founding Year: 1977

Staff: 300

Budget: $14m

Jane Goodall (Founder)

A global wildlife and environment conservation organization enshrined in the values and work of Dr Jane Goodall. It aims to conserve the natural world by protecting chimpanzees and inspiring people. One of their programs, Roots & Shoots, aims to “empower young people to affect positive change in their communities.” Dr. Jane Goodall also started the Roots & Shoots program.



Jane Goodall Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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