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CC lunch break1 conservation conference theme2 Dr.Akankwasa Barirega theCommissioner of tourism,wildlife regesters3 members registering4 Mr. Bushara Jonathan and Mr. Akatwijuka Rogers both are NatureUganda commette members5 NatureUganda ED and the DOF birdlife partner Thomas Lamberg6 Pauline Nantongo Kalunda - Executive Director - ECOTRUST Uganda Presenting on PES research paper7 Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu currently the Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities giving opening remarks to the Conservation conference8
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Governments, businesses and financial institutions worldwide are increasingly adopting a ‘No Net Loss’ (NNL) approach to address impacts on biodiversity of development projects such as infrastructure development

NEWS

People partner with Nature(PPN) program team during a Locally-based monitoring (LBM) meeting in Kasyoha-Katomi CFR

LBM monitoring meeting.

NatureUganda Annual General Meeting will be held on 12th April 2019 at the Uganda Museum starting at 4:00pm

Uganda Poverty and Conservation Learning Group Network lesson sharing workshop

U-PCLG aims to use research to inform national policy in Uganda

Conservation Programs

conservation program focuses on
 Species conservation,mainly on threatened species of the Grauer’s Swamp-warbler, Blue Swallow, Shoebill, Grey Crowned-crane and the entire Vulture group

Working Groups

join our technical groups of Plants, Mammals, Birdlife Uganda, Herpes, Microbial and Friends of Dudus which are very active in supporting the organization in various projects

Public Talks

Our public Talks happen every first thursday of the month

NNL principles




Achieving NNL/NG requires quantifying both the losses of biodiversity caused by adevelopment project and associated gains(including biodiversity offsets) through 

Contribute Towards saving our natural resources

Your support is important for natureuganda to continue its natural resource conservation work ,through "Promoting the understanding, appreciation and conservation of nature".By supporting Us,you make a difference in conserving biodiversity

EDGE

Species Survey Monitoring

Together with ZSL,we are supporting local communities in Mabamba and Makanaga to conserve the "shoebill",one of the extraordinary species,listed Vulnerable.Read More

CAMB

Mainstreaming Biodiversity

degradation of environment hits the poor harder as they solely depend on natural resources for livelihood improvement.Local Governments in Kisoro and Rubanda Districts Commit To Protect the Environment Read More

BPM

Three Decades of Monitoring IBAs 

NatureUganda has an established programme for monitoring Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) and has conducted this exercise for three decades.Read More

Cranes

Visiting the Cranes Project Areas

Uganda still plays host to a significant number of approximately 10,000 cranes.NatureUganda Board of Governors/Executive Committee (EC), a policy making body of the institution visited the ACCP project sites where NatureUganda has taken great strides in conserving species, habitats and ecosystems

offset

Natureuganda and Partners Draft Guidelines for Implementing Offsets for Development Projects in Uganda

NatureUganda and Victoria Griffins from Oxford University conducted community feedback meetings from biodiversity assessments in Kalagala, it was shown that the offset only catered for biodiversity and not the needs of the community including cultural values

We have done a lot with limited resources but with tremendous achievements

                                Achieving our targets

NatureUganda develops and implements a range of programme activities aimed at fulfilling her mission of

                                    Environmental education through Cranes in the classroom Initiative

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