• Gift a Chimp

    Gift A Chimp

    Greetings from Ngamba Chimps! Giving is caring as you have always had our back. We once again reach out to you for help. We are running a Gift a Chimp campaign that is geared towards raising funds for Ngamba Chimps. The support is to help us run the daily operations of the sanctuary which includes; […]

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  • Tree planting in Kikuube District

    Chimpanzee Trust field Office has been mobilizing farmers for tree planting in Kikuube district this coming season. The Organization is engaging landowners in the Kikuube district neighbouring Bugoma Central Forest Reserve, who are willing and able to plant trees. The Organization has a target of planting over 60,000 tree seedlings of both indigenous and exotic […]

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  • Ngamba chimps get new food menu

    Ngamba Chimps get New Food Menu

    Ngamba Island chimpanzee sanctuary rolls out a revised chimpanzee food menu this year. The Chimpanzee Trust Strategic plan provides for the continued improvement of the welfare of the chimpanzees in its care at the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary on Lake Victoria. With now 52 orphaned and rescued chimpanzees, with an age range from less than […]

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  • introduction of baby chimpanzees to the adult community

    Introduction of Baby Chimpanzees to the adult Chimpanzee Community

    Captive born baby chimps born at the sanctuary in 2021, were initially separated, from their mothers, from the main group, to ensure their safety and survival. The integration or introduction of these two-captive born male chimpanzees commenced earlier this month. The babies, Bolly and Billi‚Äôs son; were separated to allow them to develop and grow […]

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  • I am Sunday (it’s dangerous being a Chimpanzee)

    Being a Chimpanzee is not the easiest thing in the world, I had to first live through it to know it. You see I was born in 1987 and captured by Uganda Wildlife Education Centre in 1989. When I got there, I was beside myself because finally, I had found refugee in the hands of […]

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