• Implementing Park Action Plans for Community Engagement to tackle the Illegal Wildlife Trade

    In Uganda, poaching has prevailed mainly due to lack of income generating opportunities and human wildlife conflicts in areas adjacent to the national parks…

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  • Bukorwe Ridge Elephant Trench

    All too often research projects gather dust on shelves once completed but in Uganda the findings of one such project has now produced very practical action. UCF has taken the earlier Elephants, Crops and People research programme into elephant, human interaction and turned it into a practical project…

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  • PACE Project

    Pan African Conservation Education project at St John the Baptist Ggaba Teacher Training College in Kampala his exciting sustainability project, which we hope will impact many thousands of lives over the coming years, was completed in 2011…

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  • Countering Wildlife Crime: Livelihoods, Intelligence, Prosecution Capacity Building in Uganda

    Despite the great strides made to recover Uganda‚Äôs protected areas, poaching still prevails in vulnerable park-adjacent areas…

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  • Crops, People & Elephants

    In 1998 it was not known if Ishasha had a viable elephant population remaining after some of Africa’s most sealtvere poaching. Today, the UCF supported project, ECP, finds the southern Queen Elizabeth National Park elephant population recovering very well…

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