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China donates computers to UWA

Minister Kamuntu expressed gratitude to the Chinese Embassy for handing over the computers to UWA saying that the donation will immensely help UWA in its...

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What you need to know about the Hadada Ibis...

Uganda Wildlife Authority spokesman Gessa Simplicious says, if one listens keenly, they will learn that they were named after the loud cry they make “Ha...

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Ugandans urged to conserve wildlife

EU ambassador to Uganda Atilio Pacifici appealed to the government to fight environmental degradation.

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Man supposed to protect animals charged for...

The offense is worth a penalty of not less than sh1m or serving five years in prison.

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UWA donates to Bududa landslide victims

UWA’s Public Relations manager, Bashir Hangi, said the items will support 200 people from 34 families, staying at Bukalasi, which was the epicenter of...

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Uganda’s smooth road network fosters effective...

The good road network ensures the animals are not stressed therefore enjoy their ride from the monotony of Entebbe neighborhood.

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'Do not demonise past leaders' - Moses Ali...

“The booming tourism industry of Uganda has nature as its foundation,” said Otto.

Lake Mburo host districts get sh634m

Over the years, lake Mburo national park has suffered poaching, wildfires and illegal grazing with in the park.

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Linking hands to salvage lives

“A united approach by different agencies is the surest way to effectively and sustainably fight against zoonotic diseases and protect public health.”

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Linking hands to salvage lives

The platform brings together the Ministries of Water and Environment, Health, Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries and Uganda Wildlife Authority....

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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.