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Delegates attending the 7th Atlas Africa Conference on sustainable tourism and environmental education urged nations to ensure sustainable tourism that favors its nationals. The three day conference that has attracted …

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With the effects of climate change continuing to raise global tension, nature conservationists are channeling new measures through which they can mitigate environmental protection. As a result, Rotary International has …

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With just a week to go to the long Easter weekend are leading hotels and restaurants in Kampala, Jinja, Entebbe and other municipalities advertising their hearts out with special offers …

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Several dead and apparently poached elephant had been found in a national forest reserve outside the Queen Elizabeth National Park, although staffs from the National Forest Authority and the Uganda …

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In spite of misgivings in one or the other of the East African Community member states over the introduction of marketing the region as a single tourism destination, has the …

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The Ministry of Tourism, Trade and Industry has appointed a probe team to conduct an investigation into the quality and cost of infrastructure development concerning the funds managed by the …

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Members of EALA will begin a region wide assessment and survey of the tourism sector to get first hand feedback of how the EAC’s programmes towards tourism and wildlife management …

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Uganda Wildlife Authority and Posta Uganda have used the “world post day” to launch a new dedicated series of stamps, available at the counters of all post offices across the …

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Bad weather in America and Europe affected the tourism industry of Uganda especially the tour operators and the airlines. Most of the clients were expected from US transfer to Europe, Africa …

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While conservationists are excited over the recovery of 142 parrots from suspected traffickers, officials at the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC) have started feeling the burden of feeding them. The endangered …

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