queenspav1Queen’s Pavilion Telecenter and
Visitor Information Center

Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) is a Ugandan NGO that promotes wildlife conservation by improving healthcare for people, wildlife and livestock in and around Africa’s protected areas.  

In Queen, we work with UWA to test animals for diseases which can spread to humans. Our local community volunteers play a vital role as they treat people and livestock and report sick wildlife in their villages to UWA, creating an early warning system for disease outbreaks between people and wildlife.

queenspav3CTPH operates the Queen’s Pavilion, a Telecenter and Visitor Information Center, located near Crater Lake Drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park. It was opened in November 2007 by HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, and is managed and staffed by local residents.

Facilities include:

  • Reasonably priced, high-speed Internet connection.
  • Coffee and tea, sourced from local growers.
  • Snacks (biscuits, cookies, nuts, beverages).
  • Maps of Queen Elizabeth National Park and surrounding areas and other national parks, and guidebooks.
  • Gift shop with handcrafts from surrounding communities, packets of Ugandan Arabica coffee and CTPH t-shirts.
  • Panoramic view of the national park and surrounding area.

queenspav2All proceeds from Queen’s Pavilion go directly to supporting the work of CTPH.

Contact CTPH:

  • Tel: +256 774 408124, +256 791 511322
  • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Website: www.ctph.org

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