By Pamela Amia, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, ChimpReports. Published 9 March 2019. Human-wildlife conflict in Uganda has over the years been escalating between communities living in and around protected areas mainly around Queen Elizabeth National Park which is located in South Western part of Uganda.
By Ronald Musoke, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, The Independent. Published 25 February 2019. Elephants are one of the most iconic and popular animals that attract visitors by their thousands to Queen Elizabeth National Park in western Uganda. Even the locals of Kafuru, a small village near the eastern fringes of the park know this.
By Pamela Amia, Giants Club African Conservation Fellow, ChimpReports. Published 20 February 2019. Human-wildlife conflict remains a big threat to conservation especially in the areas surrounding the National Parks. It is not different for Kafuro Village natives who have had to put up with the dangerous interaction with the wild animals from Queen Elizabeth National Park […]
Kenya’s Wildlife Conservation Management Act has been amended to correct earlier errors and include heavier penalties. Resources must now be allocated to allow the law’s new powers to be effective, argues SHAMINI JAYANATHAN Poachers and traffickers of endangered species will go straight to prison, for jail terms of between three and seven years, following […]