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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join JGIS as a volunteer/intern?

Kindly send us your application through the Volunteer Opportunities or Intern Opportunities

How can I fundraise for JGIS?

Please check out our Donate page to find out more! For more enquiries with regards to fundraising, email sm@janegoodall.org.sg

How can my school/organisation sign up for Roots & Shoots?

For more information on how to join our Roots and Shoots program, please click here.

How can I invite JGIS to participate in my events?

Please send your request to community@janegoodall.org.sg

How can I sign up for the JGIS public events?

Check out our Events Calendar for upcoming activities, or visit our Eventbrite and Peatix pages. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

What can I do and who can I call if monkeys come into my house?

Please drop an email to sm@janegoodall.org.sg with the following details so that our Long-Tailed Macaque Working Group can follow up with you.

  1. Time of the sighting
  2. Location of the sighting
  3. What was the macaque seen doing
  4. Your name and mobile

You can also follow the advisory on what to do when you encounter monkeys. You can also refer to NPark’s advisories here or click here to find out more.

You can also learn more about JGIS’ No Feeding Campaign here.

Where in Singapore can I see primates?

Visit our nature reserves and parks to see primates in the wild. You can also join us on our monthly Walk with Our Neighbour to learn more about our local primates! (Please note due to COVID-19, all walks are suspended until Phase 3.)

What should I do when I see primates along nature trails?

Observe wild animals like primates at a distance (at least 3m), do not use flash photography, and keep all food and drinks in your bag and out of sight.