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FILM ~ NGAMBA ISLAND CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY

About The Film
Started in 1997 by Chimpanzee Trust, Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary is a safe haven for orphaned chimpanzees. It is currently home to 48 chimpanzees who spend their days roaming the 98-acre island sanctuary.

 

In addition to providing sanctuary for Uganda’s wildlife, Chimpanzee Trust is dedicated to educating local communities about conservation and helping to improve their livelihoods through a number of other outreach programs.

 

The sanctuary itself sits in the middle of Uganda’s Lake Victoria, the world’s second largest freshwater lake. It welcomes day visitors and overnight guests interested in the chimpanzee experience and supporting the island’s conservation efforts (or anyone just looking for a little relaxation).

 

To learn more about Ngamba Island’s ecotourism offerings as well as their conservation and community work visit: www.NGAMBAISLAND.org

Credits
Filmed & edited by: Marlina Moreno (with additional footage provided by Peter Hogel)

 

Music by: Guido Negraszus & Samite of Uganda

 

Produced by: Project:Conservation (formally Pink Monkey Media)

 

Special thanks to the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary and its dedicated staff for helping to make this film possible.



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