“No country can ever truly flourish if it stifles the potential of its women and deprives itself of the contributions of half of its citizens.”

October 27, 2021

A Day to Celebrate Biological Diversity

Celebrated annually on May 22 is the International Day for Biological Diversity commonly termed the World Biodiversity Day. This year as is the practice, UBF

EU awards €4.6 million to conservation projects to restore Uganda’s biodiversity October 19, 2021

EU awards €4.6 million to conservation projects to restore Uganda’s biodiversity

She intimated that there must be a formidable reaction to the state of conservation for change to take place. “We need to get angry, agitated

October 12, 2021

UBF staff brush up on skills in conservation financing

It was five days of engaging and learning sessions leading to a renewed perspective on conservation financing. The staff and Board of Uganda Biodiversity Fund

March 22, 2021

Forests are the Lifeline of Terrestrial Nature

Today, March 21st, Uganda Biodiversity Fund, joins the global community to celebrate International Day of Forests 2021, with the day’s theme “Forest restoration: a path

March 3, 2021

There is No Place Like (Our Planet) Home!

There are more trees on earth than there are stars in the sky. Three trillion trees! That is a staggering number of trees on earth!

December 4, 2020

Juliet Kyokunda, the Executive Director of Uganda Biodiversity Fund, conveyed her gratitude to USAID, and commitment to growing the conservation trust in line with the

October 28, 2020

Chimpanzee Conservation within the Community: This is Prime(ate) Property!

It is fourteen years since Bulindi Chimpanzee and Community Project (BCCP) first conducted research on the primate communities in the Budongo-Bugoma Forest corridor in Hoima

May 22, 2020

Conserving Chimpanzees on Community Land

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

May 22, 2020

Promoting Co-existence between Humans and Plant Diversity

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

May 22, 2020

Covid-19: A reminder of the threat posed by biodiversity Degradation

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

May 20, 2020

Biodiversity Conservation the Future of Our Food

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