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Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) donated relief items worth UGX 10 Million to the people who were affected by flash floods and landslides in Bududa District on January 11, 2019.  The items that included maize flour…
Captured Crocodiles arrive at UWA headquarters Kampala Rangers from Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) captured two problem crocodiles On 23rd October from the shores of Lake Kyoga in Namusita County Buyenda District. These two crocodiles were captured from two separate landing…
487 newly trained rangers were added to UWA’s ranger force to boost its capacity to effectively protect Uganda’s wildlife resources in protected areas. The rangers were passed out on September 28, 2018 at a colorful…
The Executive Director Uganda Wildlife Authority Sam Mwandha has taken over the leadership of the National One Health Platform at a function that was held the Ministry of Water and Environment Headquarters yesterday. The One…
Barely a week after the death of a pride of eleven lions in Hamukungu fishing viallge, another pride of 2 adult lionesses and 7 cubs has been in the place. This dispels wrong information that…
On January 9, Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) officially opened its executive tour buses to the public with a 'feel the comfort' drive around Kampala city.
Uganda Wildlife Authority successfully concluded giraffe translocation in Murchison Falls National Park. During this translocation, 19 giraffes (13 females, 6 males) were released. Two female giraffes were also moved to (Uganda Wildlife Education Center) UWEC,…
Uganda has successfully hosted its first ever Giant Club Conservation and Tourism Investment Forum. The forum hosted by President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, attracted major global investors focused on responsible tourism and investment. The meeting held…
Uganda Wildlife Authority has disbursed funds worth UGX 929,269,487 for the year 2015/2016 to benefit districts of Kasese, Kamwenge, Rubirizi, Mitooma, Rukungiri, Kanungu and Ibanda as part of the 20% gate collections given back to…
Uganda Wildlife Authority has started translocation of more than 100 kobs from Murchison Falls National Park in Nwoya district to Kidepo Valley National Park in Karamoja region, north east of Uganda. UWA Public Relations officer.…

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