UWA shares gate receipts with Lake Mburo park communities | wild life tours in uganda

About over 177 million Uganda Shillings were yesterday handed over to communities living outside the Lake Mburo National Park by the Uganda Wildlife Authority –UWA, as part of their mandated gate receipt sharing scheme.

The funds will be used to complete projects the communities had agreed with UWA in the past to improve the lives of those living near the park, so that tourism benefits can percolate down to those who otherwise often just see the tour vehicles rush by but otherwise rarely see ‘something in return’.

Revenue share is part of the provisions of the Wildlife Act under which the authority operates and hundreds of millions of shillings have in the past been shared with communities all over the country living around ‘protected areas’.

Compiled by


Uganda tourism news, Uganda safari and gorilla trekking

Previous MV Kalangala re-operates following 5 months of repair | uganda travel news
Next Rwanda to practise afforestration | RWANDA tours