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Fighting for Biodiversity in Uganda

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 aim is to promote the conservation and sustainable use of the country’s natural resources and protect the vital ecosystem services provided by biodiversity for sustainable development, wealth creation, job creation and improvement of live hoods…

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Why Uganda should ban Plastic bags

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 fact that they are cheap and easy to access although the convenience of using plastic bags comes at a very high cost to the environment of Uganda. Our neighboring countries like Rwanda, Kenya, and…

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Kyokunda, ED Uganda Biodiversity Fund welcomes Rotarians into the conservation world

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. She also expressed her appreciation for their new partnership with the Rotarians in the conservation world. “We are happy to partner with the Rotary Mission Green members in the conservation world since they will join…

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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…

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Remembering Uganda’s fallen Rangers

Every year, Uganda Wildlife Authority, organizes a Wildlife Marathon ahead of the UN World Wildlife Day celebrations held on March 3rd. This year’s theme for the marathon was “Harmonious living between wildlife and people with a focus on raising money for children of fallen rangers. In Uganda, according to Uganda Wildlife Authority Deputy Director of Conservation Charles Tumwesigye, “about 25…

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