• An Opportunity to Become a Board Member

    PUBLIC NOTICE   REQUEST FOR NOMINATION OF INDIVIDUALS AND INSTITUTIONS TO SERVE AS TRUSTEES OF CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TRUST (CHIMPANZEE TRUST)   Background: Chimpanzee Trust was established in 1998 as a combined national and international initiative and a globally recognized collaborative conservation effort, geared towards developing and implementing a long term strategy for […]

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    Save the Chimps- Wildlife Art Exhibition 26th – 28th May 2016

    Press Release “JEWELS OF THE JUNGLE” SAVE THE CHIMPS – WILDLIFE EXHIBITION 26TH TO 28TH MAY, 2016 Lion Centre, Sheraton Kampala Hotel This project is a fundraising exhibition that forms part of a collaborative creative process between the Chimpanzee Trust (Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary) with artists, Taga Nuwagaba, Barbara Hollweg, Nuwa Nyanzi and Medina, the […]

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    Ngamba Island benefit concert

    Only two days to go, the date is July 30th; Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary Benefit Concert at the Fenix – music supper club in San Rafael CA, hosted by Chris Austria.

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    Afrika’s baby boy a bouncing joy

    Since his birth, Afrika’s baby boy has been a centre of our attention at the sanctuary. ‘He was very fragile from the circumstances of his birth, so we had to keep a close eye on him and nurse him to health,’ Innocent Ampeire the Manager in charge of Animal Welfare says.

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    Who is Afrika?

    On 27th March Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary woke up to a pleasant surprise; our own Afrika had had a baby boy the previous night. Here is some information you did not know about this juvenile chimpanzee.

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    Baby chimpanzee born to Ngamba Island Community

    Ngamba Island’s chimpanzee community is celebrating the birth of a baby to Afrika. The baby boy was born on 27th March following an implant failure that had Afrika conceive in July 2014.

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