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Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) on 31st March 2021, conducted a national dissemination workshop of its wildlife conservation policy at hotel Protea in Kampala. The dissemination workshop was attended by UWA Board of Trustee Chairman Dr.…
Four people have been arrested in connection with the death of six lions in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Ampurira Brian 26 years, Tumuhire Vincent 49 years, Aliyo Robert 40 years and Miliango David 68 years…
Uganda Wildlife Authority Executive Director and Chairman of National Wildlife Crime Coordination Taskforce (NWCCTF) Sam Mwandha launched NWCCTF’s Secure Information Sharing Platform with help from Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). Mr Mwandha thanked the Heads of…
The Wildlife Mirror issue 7, January 2021, a UWA quarterly newsletter publication for is out. Please follow the link January 2021 Newsletter for your copy.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Sgt. Scot Guma who was killed by elephants while on duty to rescue communities of Nwoya in Murchison Fall National Park on November, 15,…
Uganda Wildlife Authority on 30th October passed out yet another intake of 20 Intelligence staff at Uganda People’s Defence Forces School of Military Intelligence and Security in Migyera. This was the first phase of the…
The government of Uganda is negotiating World Bank funding to a tune of $148.2 over six-year period towards investment in forest protected areas for Climate Smart Environment. As part of fundraising the required resources, World…
Celebrations to mark the annual World One Health Day 2020 was held at Imperial Royale hotel on 3rd Tuesday, 2020. One Health is an interdisciplinary strategy that addresses health issues from an integrated perspective that…
Space for giants on Tuesday, November, 2020 donated 18 mobile crime scene kits to Uganda Wildlife Authority’s Investigation unit to assist in management and handling of crime scenes while investigating wildlife crime related issues. The…

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