• African Primatological Conference 2019 in Uganda

    Uganda is set to hold the 2nd congress of the African Primatological Conference (APS) 2019 in Uganda from 2nd to 6th September  at Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel in Entebbe. Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust  is a member of the Organizing Committee and meetings are already underway, chaired by Conservation Through Public Health in collaboration […]

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  • School outreach program

    Chimpanzee Trust’s school outreach program is aimed at passing conservation knowledge to the future generation. This has been done through enhancing schools’ participation in conservation education activities at the local, national and international level. The school outreach program is done in three (3) operational areas these are schools neighbouring Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, schools in […]

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  • Radio Drama

    Chimpanzee Trust in abid to increase its conservation education mandate is using Radio drama as a tool to spread it’s conservation messages in Uganda. Radio communication is a popular tool of communication in homes because it is an efficient way of delivering information to people rich or poor, literate or illiterate, adult or young both […]

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  • Community Outreach Program

    Chimpanzee Trust gives back to communities around its operations through their community outreach program. This has been done through engaging and facilitating community meetings, awareness sessions and activities around Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary on Lake Victoria and communities living close to wild chimpanzees.  The community outreach program aims at empowering community members to address better […]

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  • Ngamba Island School Visit

    Chimpanzee Trust through the Ngamba Island school visit provides an opportunity for young people to share experiences, (through linking up schools, promoting volunteers and internship), skills, values and norms that will improve the conservation of endangered species. Ngamba Island school visit further provide an opportunity for young professionals to acquire experience and participate in fields […]

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  • Youth for Wildlife Conservation

    Imagine a world where every individual makes decisions based on conservation, environment and sustainable development principles. We will be able to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals within a very short time and have a healthy environment. Our dream is to be able to make each and every individual around my circles and the world to […]

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  • PROMOTING CONSERVATION EDUCATION THROUGH BOOKS

    A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . . . The man who never reads lives only one. – George R.R. Martin Chimpanzee Trust will be using a book entitled ”I protect Chimpanzees” to create awareness about the chimpanzee specie. Its a children’s book that encourages children to take an active role in […]

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  • Tony Wild

    Conservation Awareness through Photography Pictures of nature and wildlife are valuable when they contribute to conservation awareness that can help generate news stories and provide material for awareness campaigns. Chimpanzee Trust keeps on looking for different individuals that can enable them reachout to as many people as possible in their fight for the chimpanzee Plight. […]

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  • Student Summer Camp at Ngamba Island

    Everything is Best at Camp According to Cooper, G. (2010) Environment Education is increasingly accepted as learning that raises awareness, develops understanding and skills, clarifies attitudes, values and crucially leads to action for the environment. In our Strategic Object 3: “Public and stakeholder’s appreciation and understanding of chimpanzee and environment conservation increased”. The student summer […]

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  • Blank Park Zoo provides motorcycles to the Conservation Ambassadors

    Shared Joy is Double Joy Blank Park Zoo inspires an appreciation of the natural world through conservation, education, recreation and continuous support towards habitat monitoring program of Chimpanzee Trust specifically the youth volunteers that are at the front line in the conservation of wildlife, the Conservation Ambassadors. Since 2011, Blank Park Zoo has been a partner […]

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