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The Uganda stand at the recently concluded Karibu Tourism and Travel fair held in Arusha  between June 3-5th,2001 was the centre of attraction as hundreds of attendees flocked the stall to  learn about the unique…
With a total of 204 energetic and enthusiastic rangers trained and recruited by the Uganda Wildlife Authority recently, protection for the wildlife, guarding against national parks encroachment and improved tourist security are guaranteed.The strong force…
The Management of a national protected area system requires up-to-date information on a wide range of subjects including ecology, law enforcement, tourism socio-economy, patrol coverage as well as species distribution. Through monitoring of important key…
A group of 50 bird guides, 21 of them from Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) last week completed a three week intensive birding guiding course with enhanced skills that are expected to promote bird watching in…
Signing of MOU between Rotary and Frienda-a-gorillaUganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) and the Rotary District 9200 comprising countries of Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Eretria and Ethiopia have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly carry out projects…
Uganda Wildlife Authority acting Executive Director, Dr. Andrew Ggunga Seguya has assured the Honorary Wildlife Officers that the organization is stable and devising strategies of increasing the numbers of domestic visitors to Uganda’s national parks…

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Uganda Wildlife UWA has received 13 motor bikes, riding jackets and helmets from AWF. The bikes are to facilitate UWA staff in the… https://t.co/6kJyxnQelh
Friday, 14 August 2020 09:42
Uganda Wildlife Our runners’ Halimah Nakaayi & Winnie Nanyondo arrived in Monaco on Monday morning ahead of the Wanda Diamond Leagu… https://t.co/8zRU3NJrTQ
Wednesday, 12 August 2020 11:55

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