• Moses Bageya

    “Wild chimps have problems. There is not enough food and some are suffering. They are not safe. They can be killed when they go into someone’s garden looking for food.” Moses is originally from Bugiri district, northern Uganda. Before coming to work on Ngamba, he worked at UWEC for five years, filling a number of […]

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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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  • Richard Nyakuta

      Nyakuta  attended  Kuru Secondary School for his ordinary level. He has received quite a number of job experiences and he devoted his energy to doing casual jobs from time to time. He attended a Technical institute Namulanda to construct on his knowledge. He joined Chimpanzee trust in 2007. While at the Trust he got […]

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  • Lilly Ajarova

    Executive Director of the CSWCT, she has grown up in Uganda and directing the Trust since its very start. Lilly graduated with honors, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences from Makerere University in Uganda.

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  • Stanley Hategeka

    “Because these chimps need special care, I would like to see people help them where they can.” – Stanley grew up in Kisoro district with his parents, three sisters, and brother. He has always enjoyed playing football and plays whenever he can. Before coming to work on Ngamba Island, Stanley worked as a cook and cleaner.

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  • Joshua Rukundo

    Dr. Joshua Rukungo is a well trained and experienced veterinarian with a passion for wild life. His previous wildlife experiences include the care of lions and hyenas in Queen Elizabeth Nation park before he delved into domestic veterinary medicine in Kamuli, Ssembabule, Rukungiri, and Mbarara, and most recently in private practice in Kampala. He openly states that at CSWCT he has come to realize a lifelong dream of working with the endangered wildlife, particularly chimpanzees

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