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With a total of 204 energetic and enthusiastic rangers trained and recruited by the Uganda Wildlife Authority recently, protection for the wildlife, guarding against national parks encroachment and improved tourist security are guaranteed.The strong force…
UWA ANNOUNCES NEW TARIFFS AS THE NEW FINANCIAL YEAR BEGINSUganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has new tourism tariff for tourists visiting the National Parks which will take effect on 1st July 2011.According to the new tariff,…
Uganda minister for Tourism Professor Ephraim Kamuntu has called for Private –Public Partnership as a tool for promotion of tourism through capacity building and skills development .He observed that Tourism is one of the primary…
THE Queen of Buganda, Nabagereka Sylvia Naginda has urged central and local governments to scale up investments in tourism by uplifting our heritage sites and wildlife conservation centers  to foster rapid  socio-economic development.   The…
The Management of a national protected area system requires up-to-date information on a wide range of subjects including ecology, law enforcement, tourism socio-economy, patrol coverage as well as species distribution. Through monitoring of important key…
Friends of critically endangered Mountain Gorillas are mourning the brutal death of Mizaano (meaning playful) on Friday June 17 2011, of Habinyanja Family, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park(BINP) who has been the only blackback in the…
Uganda Wildlife Authority acting Executive Director, Dr. Andrew Ggunga Seguya has assured the Honorary Wildlife Officers that the organization is stable and devising strategies of increasing the numbers of domestic visitors to Uganda’s national parks…
A group of 50 bird guides, 21 of them from Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) last week completed a three week intensive birding guiding course with enhanced skills that are expected to promote bird watching in…
The planned launch of Oruzogo mountain gorilla group for tourism has got a boost following the birth of two new babies in the family last week.
The Uganda stand at the recently concluded Karibu Tourism and Travel fair held in Arusha  between June 3-5th,2001 was the centre of attraction as hundreds of attendees flocked the stall to  learn about the unique…

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