General News
This is to inform you that the Board of Trustees has approved recruitment of 303 rangers to fill vacant positions in various protected areas. The bulk of these will be trained and deployed for oil…
Fifty six senior officers of the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) on Saturday passed out after completing a three week course in leadership development and basic military training at the National Leadership Institute, Kyankwanzi. The pass…
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 12:49

Poaching in protected areas not out of control

Recently there has been a spate of press reports in print and electronic media, including The New Vision, on increasing illegal activities in the protected Areas with particular emphasis on rampant poaching which has affected…
Tuesday, 04 September 2012 07:24

UWA Expands Chobe Tourism Game Drive Zone

Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has completed construction works for Ayago Game drive tracks in Murchison Falls Conservation Area for the purpose of expanding the Chobe Tourism game drive zone. According to the Conservation Area Manager,…
By Mucureezi Lindsay, Gayaza High School On the 13th August 2012 I took part in the essay writing competition discussing climatic change and wildlife organized by Uganda wildlife Authority. This competition propelled me to make…
Yeosu Korea Expo 2012: Uganda Wildlife Authority participates in International Expo Yeosu, Republic of Korea May 12 – August 12, 2012 The International Expo officially opened on the May 11, 2012. The President of the Republic of…
Twenty students and their patrons from four secondary schools which participated in the Wildlife conservation awareness essay competition recently have won a fully paid trip to the famous Murchison Falls National Park slated for 9th-11th…
Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has completed and commissioned three blocks with self catering facilities in Queen Elizabeth National Park to provide additional accommodation for the increasing numbers of tourists visiting the country’s second largest and…
Uganda Prime Minister has assured tourists that the on-going fighting in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has not affected Uganda's National Parks on the common borders.
Thousands of visitors from all walks of life last week thronged the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) stand in the Buganda King's palace, Lubiri Mengo in Kampala to learn about the unique eco- tourism products offered…
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