My guess is that the individual countries in Africa and around the world have other internal problems that they are more concerned about, including endangered species that are located there. However, there will always be individuals all over the world that are willing to help endangered animals, like lemurs, survive.
I work for a U.S. conservation organization that has a Species Survival Plan to protect ruffed lemurs (which are present in Madagascar). This program isn’t specifically aimed at habitat protection, but rather at getting population numbers up. It is, at least, an effort on their behalf, so I think it’s good to know about. See http://www.zoo.org for further information.
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