Human ability to exploit nature for livelihood is one of the key causes of biodiversity degradation. In Uganda natural forests used by the chimpanzees is
In the serene catchment of Kibale forest reserve in Kamwenge District a battle between Humans and Plants has been taking place for decades. Interactions like
Globally, around 25 percent of all animal and plant species are threatened with extinction largely due to loss of habitat. This is consistent with Uganda’s
As we commemorate World Bee Day its pertinent to note that the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic government lockdown has given us the much-needed respite to Wildlife
What can I do to engage in Biodiversity and climate conservation despite the current Covid-19 lockdown?
As we count down to Earth Day on Wednesday 22nd April 2020, Uganda Biodiversity Fund is calling upon you to engage in the activity (s)
On Wednesday 22nd April the world will commemorate the Earth Day while facing one of the biggest challenges of our time. It all started with
The Fight for Biodiversity in Uganda is one that has attracted a great number of people including us and the government of Uganda. Our major
Plastic bags have turned out to be the most used for grocery shopping by many Ugandans and one of the major reasons is because of
The Executive Director of the Uganda Biodiversity Fund Juliet Kyokunda urged the Rotary Mission Green members to join them in the conservation of Uganda’s Biodiversity.
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
Dr. Arthur Mugisha, the Chairperson Board of Trustees will be traveling to Honolulu, Hawaii, USA to attend the IUCN World Conservation Congress and make a
WCS organized the inaugural induction retreat for 3 days for the new Board of Trustees from 24th-27th May 2016 to introduce foundational principles of governing