• Silver and mother Cindy

    A Touch of Silver: Welcoming the Newest Member of Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary

    In the heart of Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, amidst the lush greenery and serene waters of Lake Victoria, a momentous occasion unfolds. The recent Naming Ceremony has bestowed upon us the honor of welcoming the newest member of our primate family – Silver! Named by the esteemed Silja Verhoeven, this precious chimpanzee embodies the resilience […]

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  • Celebrating New Life: Ngamba Island’s Newest Chimpanzee

    Welcome to Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary! We are thrilled to share some incredibly heartwarming news with all our dedicated supporters, passionate wildlife enthusiasts, and compassionate conservationists. Nestled amidst the breathtaking beauty of Lake Victoria, Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is bursting with joy and excitement as we joyously announce the arrival of the newest member to […]

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  • Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary’s 25th Anniversary

    In a world that often demands our attention elsewhere, the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary stands as a beacon of hope and dedication to the conservation of our closest relatives in the animal kingdom. This year, the sanctuary celebrated its 25th anniversary with a series of remarkable events that underscored the significance of this milestone. From […]

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    REF: CHIMPANZEE TRUST /DISP/03/2022/001 31st March, 2022   The Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust (Chimpanzee Trust) intends to dispose of a boat hull. The assets is sold on an “as is, where is” basis and the Trust will have no further liability after sale. Therefore;   The Trust invites sealed bids for the purchase […]

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  • 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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    On May 17th 2021, Billi one of the resident chimpanzees at Ngamba Island gave birth to a bouncing male baby chimpanzee. In the first couple of weeks, the baby was not faring well. He was weak and lethargic and spent most of the day asleep and hardly moving, except to breastfeed, which was not as […]

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  • 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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