• Sebina Enos Kiwagalo- Caregiver

    When I was a student at Nkumba University, I met two Care Givers, who worked at Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary in my course. Apparently they had come back for further studies. As we became acquaintances, they told me about Ngamba Island and the chimpanzees in their care and I admired the way they talked about […]

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  • Okello Amos (Caregiver/Kiosk Manager)

    A Japadhola who hails from the Northern part of Uganda. He loves debates/Public discussions and has always loved nature and wildlife thus his position of caregiver which calls for taking care of these endangered species Amos joined the organization in 2004 at that time he was among the people that rescued Afrika a chimp from […]

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  • Hanifa Chandiru

    “working with Chimpanzee Trust is stress free”,   When I volunteered here, I didn’t know exactly what I I would be assigned to do so I prepared myself for whatever would come my way. Whether it was to cook, mop, seat at the front desk whatever it was, I was not going to object because […]

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  • Martha Nansamba- Marketing Officer

    Selling a destination is never quite an easy job but selling the chimpanzee destination always puts a smile on my face because I get to tell the most amazing stories about our resident friends, colleagues, our gang of pant hooting brother’s and sister’s you name it. From L-Irene Atuhairwe, Abel Kirui (Kenyan Olympics Silver medallist) […]

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  • Joan Mukisa

    Joan Mukisa

    “Work until you no longer have to introduce yourself ” In my culture chimpanzees are seen as bad animals because they destroy people’s crops and kill people. But my experience at Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary, is starting to change that mindset because I’m learning that chimpanzees will only destroy your crops when there are no […]

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  • OTIM SAMUEL

    Otim Samuel

    As an accountant, it is very important to know where the money of the organization you work for is spent to be able to understand the urgency and the need to attend to certain requests faster than others. For me that happened when I visited Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary during my orientation on the job. […]

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  • Betty Angucia

    “The chimps are like people,i see myself in them.” My children grew up with Ikuru. I know this may sound like pet trade but that’s not how it all happened. My husband worked at the zoo, matter of fact we lived in the staff quarters at the Zoo but I had never had an encounter […]

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  • Irene Atuhairwe

    My story is pretty short— from intern to reservation officer. That’s it! Although if told elaborately, this is how it would be told. I had always wanted to work with a conservation organization that had a back ground of sustainable tourism in it because that’s what I majored in as a graduate until I found […]

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