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The chairman of the Jonam cultural institution in northern Uganda, Rwoth Mandir Padit Odong, has called upon Government to employ about 3,000 former poachers who have denounced the act as a …

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The Aga Khan’s bid to build lodges for tourists in Uganda’s national parks has left government unsure of how to deal with a 30-year monopoly agreement it signed with the Madhvani …

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Uganda’s rhino population has over the years been depleted through poaching but the race is on to try and conserve the remaining nine, or even get some more. The Executive …

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The local governments around the Lake Victoria basin have initiated a campaign to plant two million trees in the area there by promoting Tourism. On Monday, over 10,000 tree seedlings were …

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The United States government, through their international development agency, USAID, has set aside some US$6 million to support conservation and tourism activities over the next 5 years in Uganda. This …

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The spotlight at the ongoing Shanghai expo in China turned on the Uganda stall on Saturday asUgandans at the show marked the 48th Independence Day with a brilliant display of …

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The Tourism industry in Uganda has been hit by speculation of an increment in the price of gorilla permits, creating mixed feelings among tour operators, local communities and stakeholders in …

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Following the March 1 landslides that ravaged Bududa, the park statistics for March have indicated that Tourists shunned Mt. Elgon National Park. The Mt Elgon visitor survey figures indicated in …

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In Queen Elizabeth National Park, the King of the Jungle living between Kasenyi and Hamukungu and another living near River Nyamugasani in the north western part of the park are …

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The Mountain Gorillas in Bwindi Nationa Park are feared to contract TB if the surrounding community is not treated of TB. Last year about 16 people in Mukono and Bujengwe …

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