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Growing Live Trade Market Threatens Great Apes

The Great Ape Survival Partnership marks World Wildlife day with a short but arresting  movie highlighting a serious and growing threat to Great Apes. They have their forests cleared, they are hunted as bush meat and now they are increasingly … Continue reading

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Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Enrichment Project

  “Chimpanzees are our closest relative. They share 98.7% of our DNA – isn’t that a person? Now if he/she is a person you try to conserve them, right?” Nyangoma Sarah, Visitor to Ngamba Island,  Grade 6,  Rweteera Primary School … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project and Conservation of Kibale National Park Videos

We have 2 videos linking the Kasiisi Project and conservation made  by Ronan Donovan and Caroline Riss in 2014.  The first one is new but you may have seen the second one before. We are posting it again in case … Continue reading

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Girls, Boys, Debate, Sports, Great Apes and the Annual Report

  Annual Report The annual report for October 2012-September 2013 is now available for download by clicking here. Please take a look to see all the amazing things that we have managed to accomplish this year because of all the … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project Summer Updates

The US summer is always a busy time with Kasiisi Project Programs. Below are updates on some of the projects we have been involved in in 2013. Opening of new Kasiisi Project Library The third Kasiisi Project Primary School Library was … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project Awarded Columbus Zoo Grant

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a grant from Columbus Zoo for a project designed to build empathy towards chimpanzees in children from our schools. In partnership with The Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust members of … Continue reading

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New Project Director, Pedal Power and the Role of English in Ugandan Schools

New Project Director Announced We are delighted to announce that Dr. Emily Otali has been appointed as Kasiisi Project Field Director starting in September of 2014. Emily, who is currently Field Director for the Kibale Chimpanzee Project, has been deeply … Continue reading

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More Conservation Awards for Francis

  Rwabuhinga Francis, Director of Conservation Education for The Kasiisi Project/Kibale Forest Schools Program,  who was recently awarded the 2013 IPS Southwick Conservation Committment Award,  has also been honored by the American  Society of Primatologists with their 2013 Conservation Award, … Continue reading

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Chimps, Snares and Wildlife Clubs

“If an animal escapes from the park and destroy my crops in the garden what can you do?” Rweteera Student “Was the whole hand removed when Special was being injured by the snare?” Kasiisi Student ” If I enter the … Continue reading

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