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The outgoing Archbishop Church of Uganda, His Grace Stanley Ntagali and his wife Beatrice Ntagali on February, 24th 2020 made a courtesy call at UWA head office to bid farewell to the conservation fraternity. They…
Hundreds of participants turned up for the 5th edition of the Uganda Wildlife Marathon that took place on the 23rd February at the Uganda Museum. This year's marathon was aimed at raising funds to educate…
5th edition of the annual Uganda Wildlife Marathon was launched on Thursday, 20th February 2020 by Sam Mwandha Executive Director Uganda Wildlife Authority at the organization’s headquarter in Kamwokya. The marathon is one of the…
Uganda has been elected Vice President of the Conference of Parties to the Convention on Migratory Species of Wildlife (CMS) with Dr Barirega Akankwasah Acting Commissioner for Wildlife Conservation in Ministry of Tourism Wildlife and…
African Wildlife Foundation in partnership with Uganda Wildlife Authority has completed and handed over two primary schools to communities that live adjacent to Kidepo Valley National park in Kaabong district.Kidepo Primary School and Sarachom Primary…
Uganda will join the rest of the world to commemorate the United Nations World Wildlife Day on March 3, 2020. The main day celebrations will be held in Kisoro district at Saza grounds and President…
Kenya’s first Attorney General Charles Njonjo was in Mgahinga national park to track gorillas as one of the activities leading to the celebration of his 100th birthday on January 23, 2020.
Fund-Uganda donated a Toyota Landcruiser Vehicle to Uganda Wildlife Authority as one of the events marking the end a European Union(EU) and the French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM) funded project “Sustainable Financing of the…
The Conservation tariff for 2020 -2022 is now out. major changes are increase of Gorilla tracking fees from US$600 to US$700 for Foreign non residents, and US$500 to US$600 for Foreign residents Park entrance fees…
The Wildlife Mirror issue 4 August 2019 , a UWA quarterly newsletter publication for is out. Please follow the link August 2019 Newsletter for your copy.
Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) on 05. August. 2019 received a donation of a Veterinary Vehicle and Motorcycle from Uganda Conservation Foundation (UCF) to facilitate quicker rescue to wildlife in Murchison Falls National Park. A single…
Uganda Wildlife Authority on June 11, 2019 received 8 computers (4 laptops and 4 desktops) from the Chinese Embassy in Uganda to boost the organizations conservation efforts. The computers were handed over by the Deputy…

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