The Captive Care and Breeding Committee is charged with acquiring and disseminating information on ethical and welfare issues and on new technology dealing with captive care and breeding of primates. We are responsible for announcing, receiving, and judging grant and award programs that are aligned with this office. The IPS has produced international guidelines for the acquisition, care, and breeding of nonhuman primates – available here (English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, and Thai versions available). The Captive Care and Breeding Committee of IPS awards grants of up to $1500 for projects foc

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