JGI in Uganda beneficiaries trained in growing African bird’s eye chilli to reduce on human- wildlife conflicts.
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.
Celebrating the World Wildlife Day 2017. Uganda’s Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities (MTWA) in collaboration with other conservation partners such as the Jane Goodall Institute Uganda joined the rest of world in commemorating the 4th United Nations (UN) World Wildlife Day (WWD) on 3rd March 2017 under the theme “Listen to the young voices”. […]
Are you a young leader aged between 18 and 25 years? JGI Uganda is looking for you to join her Roots & Shoots Uganda National Youth Leadership Council.
Dear Friends, JGI Uganda is looking for young leaders aged between 18 and 25years to join the Roots & Shoots Uganda National Youth Leadership Council (NYLC). The Roots & Shoots Uganda National Youth Leadership Council (NYLC) brings together passionate young leaders from around Uganda to learn, grow, and collaborate on service campaigns that make the […]
Amongst the honey products exhibitors at the Uganda National Honey week Exhibition that took place on the 23rd-27th at Forest Mall Lugogo parking grounds were representatives of the over 400 apiary farmers JGI in Uganda is supporting to increase their honey production in order to increase their household income under the USAID/BP Project. These 3 […]
On the March 17 2016, JGI in Uganda will launch the JGI Deforestation Watcher App which has been tested by Forest Monitors, rangers and NFA staff in forests of Budongo, Bugoma, Kalinzu and Kasyoha Kitomi Central Forest reserves and Kibale National Park and also by private forest owners within the Budongo – Bugoma Chimpanzee Corridor […]