• Protection of Great Apes
    Protection of Great Apes
    JGI in Uganda's work encompasses on basic and applied chimpanzee research, support to chimpanzee welfare and the advocacy of the existing laws regarding chimpanzees' protected status in the landscapes in which we work.
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  • Healthy Habitats
    Healthy Habitats
    Reducing habitat loss and fragmentation by promoting use of natural habitats that are more compatible with the ecosystem's ability to provide goods & services that support human livelihoods and chimpanzee population stability.
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  • Conservation, Gender & Health
    Conservation, Gender & Health
    JGI Uganda works to increase women and girls access to education and appropriate reproductive health messages improving their socio-economic prospects,
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  • Environmental Education
    Environmental Education
    JGI Uganda has a comprehensive education program for children,teachers and community members aimed at increasing public awareness and knowledge about chimpanzee conservation and their habitats.
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  • Applied Technology & Conservation
    Applied Technology & Conservation
    JGI Uganda trains community forest monitors in Budongo, Bugoma other forests on how to use the JGI Google Deforestation App to manage protected areas. The App which is installed on mobile devices running android and enables them easily scan and locate deforestation alerts taking place within these forests.
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  • Sustainable  Livelihoods
    Sustainable Livelihoods
    JGI is promoting environmentally friendly practices that reduce over reliance on natural resources and that increase income savings and resources at household level.
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  • Applied Technology &Conservation
    Applied Technology &Conservation
    Using technology to monitor the status of Ugandan forests habitat for chimpanzees and other wildlife.
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  • Conservation, Gender & Health
    Conservation, Gender & Health
  • Sustainable  Livelihoods
    Sustainable Livelihoods
    JGI is promoting environmentally friendly practices that reduce over reliance on natural resources and that increase income savings and resources at household level.
  • Protection of Great Apes
  • Healthy Habitats
  • Conservation, Gender & Health
  • Environmental Education
  • Applied Technology & Conservation
  • Sustainable Livelihoods
  • Applied Technology &Conservation
  • Conservation, Gender & Health
  • Sustainable Livelihoods

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  • The Jane Goodall Institute in Uganda is currently recruiting a Consultant to support Organizational Mapping Exercise in the Murchison Semliki Landscape.

    Contact Details and Deadline for Submission. All submissions should be sent as MS Word files to info@janegoodallug.org by 1700 local time on November 8th, 2017. BACKGROUND The North Albertine Rift Conservation Group is a collaboration of NGOs active in biodiversity conservation in Western Uganda. Established in 2012, its purpose is to facilitate collaboration and cooperation […]

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  • Esco uganda field officer training communities in nursery bed establishment

    JGI in Uganda beneficiaries trained in growing African bird’s eye chilli to reduce on human- wildlife conflicts.

    The Jane Goodall Institute Uganda in partnership with ESCO Uganda a chili exporting company has trained 165 (44 female) community members in Kasongoire village, Masindi district, Uganda in growing African bird’s eye chilli (Capsium frutescens) a non-palatable crop to wild animals including great apes chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Within the Human Wildlife Conflict Resilience Fund project [...]
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  • the Jane Goodall Institute is currently recruiting a Consultant to undertake a Political Economy Assessment in Western Uganda.

     Deadline:   17: 00 local time on November 10, 2017.  The primary objectives of this Political Economy Assessment (PEA) study are to: more fully understand the scope of the problems, challenges, and opportunities through a focused political economy analysis that will provide actionable recommendations and internal guidance for the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) when it comes […]

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    JGI’s One Good Story: Engineering a Forest.

    JGI’s One Good Story: Engineering a Forest At the age of 24, Keith Bitamazire had an experience in Kenya that inspired him to do something about saving forests. He hated the country’s climate because it was very hot and believed it was as a result of not having enough trees.

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