Welcome! There are currently 49 chimpanzees living at the Ngamba Island sanctuary, ranging in age from 2 to 33 years old. Did you know that chimps in captivity can live up to 60 years! They are intelligent, highly social animals with individual personalities just like humans. Here we introduce you to each one but if you really want to get to know these amazing animals, come visit us and ‘meet’ them in person!

Want to foster your favorite? Our U.S. based non-profit partner, Friends of Chimps, offers an Adopt a Chimp program on their website where for $50USD per year you can foster any one of the 49 chimps. You will receive a digital adoption kit and your donation will help support the food and care of all the chimps at Ngamba. CLICK HERE to be redirected to their website to process your ‘adoption’. And many pant hoots from us for your support!

Afrika

Afrika

Read Bio
Asega

Asega

Read Bio
Bahati

Bahati

Read Bio
Baluku

Baluku

Read Bio
Baron

Baron

Read Bio
Becky

Becky

Read Bio
Bili

Bili

Read Bio
Bwambale

Bwambale

Read Bio
Cindy

Cindy

Read Bio
Cocoa

Cocoa

Read Bio
Connie

Connie

Read Bio
Eazy

Eazy

Read Bio
Eddie

Eddie

Read Bio
Ikuru

Ikuru

Read Bio
Indi

Indi

Read Bio
Kalema

Kalema

Read Bio
Katie

Katie

Read Bio
Kazahukire

Kazahukire

Read Bio
Kidogo

Kidogo

Read Bio
Kikyo

Kikyo

Read Bio
Kisembo

Kisembo

Read Bio
Kyewunyo

Kyewunyo

Read Bio
Kyewunyo Kyewunyo

Ruparelia

Read Bio
Maisko

Maisko

Read Bio
Mawa

Mawa

Read Bio
Medina

Medina

Read Bio
Megan

Megan

Read Bio
Minni

Minni

Read Bio
Nagoti

Nagoti

Read Bio
Naku

Nakuu

Read Bio

Namukisa

Read Bio
Nani

Nani

Read Bio
Natasha

Natasha

Read Bio
Ndyakira

Ndyakira

Read Bio
Nkumwa

Nkuumwa

Read Bio
Okech

Okech

Read Bio
Pasa

Pasa

Read Bio
Peace

Peace

Read Bio
Rambo

Rambo

Read Bio
Robbi

Robbi

Read Bio
Rutoto

Rutoto

Read Bio
Sally

Sally

Read Bio
Sara

Sara

Read Bio
Sophie

Sophie

Read Bio
Sunday

Sunday

Read Bio
Tumbo

Tumbo

Read Bio
Umugenzi

Umugenzi

Read Bio
Umutama

Umutama

Read Bio
yoyo

Yoyo

Read Bio