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  • Forest restoration in Kikuube and Hoima District

    The Chimpanzee Trust, through the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA), has entered into a 5-year agreement with the Greater Good Foundation to plant, monitor and grow 240,000 tree seedlings in the chimpanzee corridors in the North Albertine region in western Uganda. In the recent planting season, 40,000 seedlings were distrcbuted

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  • Other wildlife on Ngamba Island |Water Mongoose, Nile Monitor Lizards and Otters

    Ngamba Island has a variety of other wildlife species, including over 150 species of birds, mammals like the spot necked otters, fruits bats, marsh mongoose, genet cats and reptiles like the Nile monitor lizards, as well as other insects and plants. The sanctuary has recently recorded an increase in the

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  • ENHANCING THE READING CULTURE IN CHILDREN

    The Chimpanzee Trust in partnership with Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre (UWEC) and Books for Development launched the mobile library in schools around Ngamba Island on Lake Victoria Uganda. The main goal for this launch was to expand access to reading books in the underprivileged communities, of which Koome Island

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