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Wildlife resources yield direct benefits such as local and
national income from tourism activities and are important
sources bush meat, food, medicine, wildlife hunting,
cropping and ranching.

Wildlife and Tourism

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Uganda’s present policies and legislation for the management
of terrestrial biodiversity outside PAs is inadequate. The existing
land tenure systems of land holdings, leasehold and customary
holdings offer little incentive for protection and management
of biodiversity outside PAs.

Protected Areas

Biodiversity outside

UBF Partners with Rotary Mission Green to raise funds for the Endowment fund.

As its core mandate, Uganda Biodiversity Trust Fund (UBTF) in partnership with Rotary Mission Green (a program of Rotary Uganda) and funding support from USAID Uganda raised 100 Million (A hundred Million) in pledges during its inaugural ‘Friends of the Environment’ Breakfast Fundraiser held at Sheraton Kampala Hotel on Tuesday, September 24th, 2019.

The joint ‘Friends of the Environment’ campaign seeks to inspire individuals and the general public to adapt to sustainable and renewable ways of living by focusing on reducing, reusing and recycling whenever possible in order to save the environment and biodiversity loss. The initiative is aimed at raising funds to invest in projects that will help to maintain the flow of goods and services from natural ecosystems, secure health lives of people and wildlife and sustain nature-based businesses.

Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs)

Since 2004 IUCN has been going through a process to define Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs). These are globally important sites for conservation because they conserve significant numbers of one or more species of conservation concern.

KBAS in uganda

Alongside our partners, the Uganda Biodiversity Fund is committed to focusing on protecting Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) and irreplaceable sites as our priority areas for conservation.

Threats to KBAs

While it is true that Uganda is one of the most diverse countries on the planet and the second most bio-diverse country on the African continent…

Why protect KBAs?

While agriculture is the backbone of Uganda’s economy, ecotourism is just as instrumental in the economic success of the country.

What we Have Done

Projects Supported