• Conservation through Radio drama

    Conservation Education through Radio Drama

    Chimpanzee Trust through its Education program has adopted conservation education through radio drama. This has been done through the production of a radio drama as an efficient and effective means of increasing the awareness of the public. This has been done specifically for communities living close to wildlife. Over the last 3-4years, the Trust has […]

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    REF: Chimpanzee Trust/Adm/Recruitment/2021/001 Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust (Chimpanzee Trust) is a registered, Non-Governmental Organization. The Trust would like to recruit highly skilled and competent individuals to fill the following positions Business Development Manager: The Business Development Manager will be responsible for developing, planning and managing Chimpanzee Trust businesses. CLICK HERE Conservation Field Officer: […]

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  • Call for Experts

    BACKGROUND: Chimpanzee Trust- a Non-Governmental Organisation whose mission is to “sustainably conserve Chimpanzees in their natural habitat and provide optimum captive care for those who cannot survive in the wild” has received a Rapid Response grant from the Darwin Initiatives to address the challenges of COVID-19 pandemic. The Trust has running projects around the Bugoma […]

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    The Management of Chimpanzee Trust wishes to inform the public that after consultations with various stakeholders and putting in place Standard Operating Procedures for the containment of the possible spread of COVID-19 to chimpanzees, we are now open for tourism at Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, starting October 1st 2020. The tourism activities at Ngamba Island […]

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    Flooding at Ngamba Island has reduced

    Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is beginning to see some light as the water levels on Lake Victoria start to recede. The reduction in flooding at Ngamba island led to damage of some facilities, including the chimp electric fence and the visitor and staff housing. The pier was also submerged, making it difficult to deliver supplies […]

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  • Chimpanzee Trust Becomes a Recognized Partner of GlobalGiving

    In June, Chimpanzee Trust participated in a three weeks fundraiser organized by GlobalGiving where with your support we raised $29,858 from 123 donors. This was from our project fundraiser entitled “Support orphaned and wild Chimpanzees in Uganda.” At the end of the fundraiser, the Chimpanzee Trust project came second in raising the most money for […]

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    Procurement No: Chimpanzee Trust/ADM/WRKS/2020/0002 Procurement Description: CONSTRUCTION WORKS FOR PLOT 17A KAMPALA ROAD ENTEBBE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, WAKISO DISTRICT. Chimpanzee Trust (The Trust) has allocated funds to be used for the procurement of Works in respect of construction of a storied commercial building at plot 17A Kampala road Entebbe Municipal Council. The construction shall be done […]

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  • New Water system at Ngamba


    Clean Water For Ngamba Community Over the years, Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary operations have been running on sand filters to fill the reserve tanks. The consumption of clean water by staff required to have it boiled before drinking. Clean water for the Ngamba community still remained a challenge since the untreated water was an expensive […]

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    The Struggle Continues! It’s busy at Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary with the ongoing electric fence refurbishment. Everyone is working hard to ensure the work is finished as soon as possible.  

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