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Chimfunshi

Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage is located in the northern “Copperbelt” region of Zambia. Chimfunshi is 24,000 acres of remote African miombo forest. The sanctuary is home to over 120 chimpanzees, a hippo, numerous monkeys, birds and approximately 300 Zambian residents. The center has “deluxe camping facilities:” solar power, sleeping cots, shower rooms (cold), pit toilets with shelters, a cooking area, barbecue pit, clean water, and a large outside “Boma” for meetings and meals.

Contact us

For additional information about Gonzaga in Chimfunshi please contact us:

Richard O. Menard

Director of Study Abroad

Gonzaga University

502 E Boone Ave

Spokane, WA 99258-0085

Tel: 509-313-3583

Fax: 509-313-5987

Email: menardr@gonzaga.edu

   Dr. Mark Bodamer

    Psychology Department

    Gonzaga University

    502 E. Boone Ave,

    Spokane, WA 99258

    Tel: 509-313-6494

    Email: bodamer@gonzaga.edu

Gonzaga University at Chimfunshi

In the Jesuit spirit of developing “men and women for others,” the Psychology and Biology Departments, in collaboration with the Center for Community Action and Service Learning, offers international service-learning summer academic courses in Zambia, Africa. Zambia, a southern African country, is a “twinned province” with the Oregon Province of Jesuits which includes Gonzaga University.

To visit the Chimfunshi website, click HERE.

GONZAGA IN CHIMFUNSHI

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