• Chimpanzee Trust at the NGO Summit this World Primate week

    This September is designated to celebrate primates in the world. Chimpanzee Trust’s Executive Director- Dr Joshua Rukundo will be part of the guest speakers at the NGO Summit this World Primate Week. This week Chimpanzee Trust that manages Ngamba Island home to now 52 chimpanzees will be part of the protecting wildlife NGO summit. The […]

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  • Ngamba Island gets Gabions

    Ngamba Island gets Gabions

    Ngamba Island gets gabions after a year of flooding which caused a rise in water level by 1.8 M. Following the flooding that this caused, immediate and short-term solutions were deployed, including the use of sandbags to manage soil erosion that was causing damage to buildings and other structures, compromising their integrity and safety. It […]

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  • Resilience fund for associations

    Resilience Fund for Associations

    The resilience fund for associations under our project funded by Darwin fund “Community adaptability to the loss occasioned by wildlife’’ project. Chimpanzee Trust has mitigated Human-Wildlife Conflicts through the implementation of various interventions and among which involved the Human-Wildlife Conflict (HWC) management resilience fund. This is on its end tail and has to date improved […]

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  • ANNUAL CHIMPANZEE HEALTH CHECKS 2020

    Despite the challenges faced in 2020, the annual chimpanzee health checks 2020 took place November (albeit a little late). All the chimpanzees received a clean bill of health and we are happy to note that we have not lost any chimpanzees and hope to maintain this to the end of the year. One of the […]

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  • Team building activity at Ngamba island

    Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships. Team building activity at Ngamba Island was the first of its kind to Chimpanzee Trust, members, were curious to know how the experience runs. The day begun with heavy droppings of rain thus a cold morning however, the team was set ready to be a part […]

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  • An Opportunity to Become a Board Member

    PUBLIC NOTICE   REQUEST FOR NOMINATION OF INDIVIDUALS AND INSTITUTIONS TO SERVE AS TRUSTEES OF CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TRUST (CHIMPANZEE TRUST)   Background: Chimpanzee Trust was established in 1998 as a combined national and international initiative and a globally recognized collaborative conservation effort, geared towards developing and implementing a long term strategy for […]

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  • Save the Chimps- Wildlife Art Exhibition 26th – 28th May 2016

    Press Release “JEWELS OF THE JUNGLE” SAVE THE CHIMPS – WILDLIFE EXHIBITION 26TH TO 28TH MAY, 2016 Lion Centre, Sheraton Kampala Hotel This project is a fundraising exhibition that forms part of a collaborative creative process between the Chimpanzee Trust (Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary) with artists, Taga Nuwagaba, Barbara Hollweg, Nuwa Nyanzi and Medina, the […]

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  • Ngamba Island benefit concert

    Only two days to go, the date is July 30th; Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary Benefit Concert at the Fenix – music supper club in San Rafael CA, hosted by Chris Austria.

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  • Afrika’s baby boy a bouncing joy

    Since his birth, Afrika’s baby boy has been a centre of our attention at the sanctuary. ‘He was very fragile from the circumstances of his birth, so we had to keep a close eye on him and nurse him to health,’ Innocent Ampeire the Manager in charge of Animal Welfare says.

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  • Who is Afrika?

    On 27th March Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary woke up to a pleasant surprise; our own Afrika had had a baby boy the previous night. Here is some information you did not know about this juvenile chimpanzee.

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