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Chipangali is an African word from the Chinyanja language of eastern Zambia, meaning ‘open friendly place’.

The wildlife Orphanage was established by Vivian and Paddy Wilson in 1973, and its primary function is to offer a home to orphaned, abandoned and sick wild animals. More

They called me Ouzo because I\

Orphan Profile:

Name: Ouzo
Species: Chacma Baboon
Victoria Falls Croc Farm staff found Ouzo's mother caught in snare, so badly injured she had to be shot. Ouzo was hanging onto her. She was only seven days old when she arrived at the orphanage, tiny and nervous, clutching onto her soft blanket a... More >>

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Chipangali Visits Schools in the Western Suburbs

Since the creation of Chipangali one of the goals has been to provide educational material and be an educational facility for Bulawayo and its environs.

In early march Chipangali decided to take the program to the schools rather than the sch... Read More >>

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* Registered Welfare Organization No. (38/77)

Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage
P.O. Box 1057, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Tel: +263-9-287739/287740 Fax: +263-9-287741