Increasing community engagement to tackle wildlife crime in Murchison Falls National Park
The project ‘Park action plans: increasing community engagement in tackling wildlife crime’ aims to address the factors leading to wildlife crime in Murchison Falls National Park (Uganda), to promote co
Elephant Conservation Action Plan for Uganda 2016-2026
The ECAP focuses on implementation of the six strategic objectives that are aimed at “halting poaching of elephants and trade in elephant products, minimizing human elephant conflict, controlled habitat loss and degradation, raising awareness about elephant conservation, attaining effective prote
The object of this Bill is to provide for the conservation and sustainable management of wildlife; to strengthen wildlife conservation and management; to continue the Uganda Wildlife Authority; to streamline roles and responsibilities for institutions involved in wildlife conservation and managem
An Act to provide for the conservation and sustainable Management wild life;to strengthen wild life conservation and Management;to continue the existence of Uganda Wild Life Authority;to stream line the roles and Responsibilities of the institutions involved in Wild life Conservation and Manageme
Murchison Falls National Park Community-Based Wildlife Crime Prevention Action Plan
This community-based Wildlife Crime Prevention Action Plan for Murchison Falls protected area (PA), Uganda, aims to provide a strategic vision to address wildlife crime within the boundaries of the PA and surrounding communities for the period 2017-2023.
Ranger perceptions of the role of local communities in providing actionable information on wildlife crime
Wildlife crime in protected areas remains a major challenge to conservation. However, little is known about the role of local communities in providing information on illegal activities to help improve law enforcement efforts in protected areas.
In a bid to end rampart poaching, which reduced wild life in many conservation and game parks, Uganda wildlife Authority (UWA) has resorted to rewarding ex-poachers with domestic animals as an alternative for economic empowerment.