Become a partner

Updated on 01.02.2022

As our next partner you can get an overview of what we can give. We take into account your needs and what you value. Here is the Information from our various partners.

Book a conversation with Tanja Andersen, the founder of Serve Global Wildlife. You can ask her questions and make a plan for what the next step is in the partnership.

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Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary

Partner with Serve Global Wildlife

Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust established Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary in 1998 for the care and welfare of entrusted rescued orphan chimpanzees while conserving as far as possible the ecosystem of the island. Ngamba Island is located 23Km South West of Entebbe, in Lake Victoria, a home to 52 orphaned and rescued chimpanzees.

The Island is a 100-acre facility that was established as a chimpanzee sanctuary. The Island forest provides a realistic habitat for these disadvantaged individuals and a unique environment that enables the chimpanzees at the sanctuary to express their normal behaviour. The Trust provides veterinary care, rehabilitation, integration, supplemental food and ensures safety to these orphans; some of who will not be able to return to the wild given their background, age and current behavioural status.

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S1:E18 HOW WE CAN PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT THAT WE AND WILD ANIMALS LIVE IN?” – Protecting Wildlife Season 1

When do we start choosing to look at the wildlife as a part of our lives? They are a part of us, a part of our lifestyle, because without them we would not exist on earth because they sustain the balance on earth.

Can it be challenging to realize that when we are pleasers? We choose to live the lives of others and forget ourselves as we feel we are not good enough. What about Chimpanzees? They are our fellow species. Can you see yourself in your fellow species? Our fellow species are disappearing from nature and natural habitats are abandoned.

Why is it important to save the Chimpanzees? A question Dr Joshua Rukundo, Executive Director of Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust will delve into and also how we can take care of our environment, people, plants and animals around us in our daily lifestyle habits. See interview here >> LINK

Do you know how close they are to our genes?

The Speaker: Dr Joshua Rukundo
Executive Director
Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust

Click here for the workbook >> LINK

Volunteering af The Fox Project

Statement about The Fox Project

By Tanja Andersen

They replied promptly on emails and sent relevant information. I am very honored that they accepted me joining their activities in order to do authentic marketing making videos about them, especially considering, that my English is imperfect due to my dyslexia.

I found kindness, empathy, attentiveness and curiosity about who I am, and they made sure I was comfortable. My training was thorough and continuous and daily. They taught me about the important elements of their work and motivations for their activities. They also responded very positively upon any questions with an open mind.

The Fox Project prioritizes professionality and cooperation and dependency upon colleagues, volunteers, collaborators and citizens calling the center regarding a fox. ONLY by cooperating, we can save the foxes and communicate the importance of caring for the foxes in order to preserve a healthy eco system. They value animal rights and see all animals equally and are vegans.

I REALLY and fully enjoyed my stay and I was thoroughly trained about the importance of taking care of the foxes and the gratitude of a fox choosing to live near my house. I warmly recommend to be a volunteer for The Fox Project, because they live to save the foxes and to train people how to be a responsible ambassador for the foxes’ welfare.

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