• human wildlife conflict awareness

    Community-based solutions to Human-Wildlife Conflict

    Chimpanzee Trust formed Village Saving and Loans Associations in 32 villages in Kikuube district to curb Human Wildlife conflict. In the past month, the Chimpanzee Trust Field team conducted routine monitoring of the village saving groups and parish Associations formed under the Human-Wildlife Conflict (HWC) resilience fund. The monitoring activity verified the resilience fund governance […]

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  • COVID-19 and chimpanzee conservation in Uganda

    During the COVID-19 Pandemic, chimpanzee conservation has been disrupted as well as the way of conducting businesses. We recieved a COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant which has enabled us to creat awareness for chimpanzee conservation. Our focus has been in the districts around the chimpanzee conservation corridor especially in Hoima and Kikube districts of Uganda. There […]

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  • 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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  • world chimpanzee day 2020

    WORLD CHIMPANZEE DAY 2020

    The Chimpanzee Trust will be joining the International Community to celebrate the 3rd World Chimpanzee day 2020 (14th July) in honor of mankind’s closest living relative, the Chimpanzee. World Chimpanzee Day 2020 is a celebration of chimpanzee and an opportunity to raise awareness about the needs of the worldwide participant in their care, protection, and […]

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  • Make a difference this Giving Tuesday

                        There is no better way to inspire the young generation in engaging in actions that promote the conservation of chimpanzees as a species than involving them in the real world challenges. This #GivingTuesday 3rd December 2019 we call upon all well-wishers to come together and […]

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  • 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 neighboring 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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