The Green Lung of Uganda Forest Restoration Project.

The Green Lung Forest Restoration (GLF) Project was a six (6) months project from July 2016 to January 2017. The GLF project was implemented in six parishes within Hoima District in Western Uganda with the purpose of enhancing the resilience of forest adjacent communities and protective ecosystems through community-led adaptation interventions focusing on riparian forest afforestation […]

USAID/ABCG Fresh Water (FW)-Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) PROJECT.

BACKGROUND. ABCG is a consortium of seven U.S.-based international conservation non-governmental organizations (NGOs): African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), Conservation International (CI), the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI), The Nature Conservancy (TNC), Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), World Resources Institute (WRI) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF). ABCG’s overarching goals of a) mainstreaming biodiversity in human well-being and development agendas; [...]
Corridor Project

FOREST CORRIDOR PROJECT.

The project was implemented by the Jane Goodall Institute – Uganda with funding from the Jane Goodall Institute – Austria in Cooperation with the Austrian Public Campaign “Mother Earth” PROJECT LIFESPAN. The Forest Corridor Project (FCP) was implemented for one-year  (January - December, 2015) and it targeted over 3,500 community members in seven (7) villages [...]
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SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS PROJECT

Subsistence and economic dependence on unsustainable resource use is resulting in environmental degradation of critical habitat for human and wildlife survival. This trend is evident in Kiziranfumbi sub county in Hoima district (Uganda) which has seen rampant loss of forest (riparian and terrestrial) over the last decade. These local practices and resource use have resulted […]

FOREST CORRIDOR PROJECT.

The project was implemented by the Jane Goodall Institute  (JGI) – Uganda with funding from JGI – Austria in Cooperation with the Austrian Public Campaign “Mother Earth” Project Lifespan. The Forest Corridor Project (FCP) was implemented for one-year  (January - December, 2015) and it targeted over 3,500 community members in seven (7) villages in Buseruka [...]
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COMMUNITY CENTERED CONSERVATION PROJECT.

JGI in Uganda Implementation of the Community Centered Conservation Project was made possible by the generous support of the WYSS Foundation in partnership with National Forestry Authority and Kasongoire Community Development Association (KACODA). The one year project from January – December 2015 was implemented in six villages of Kasongoire, Kisagura, Nyakyeju, Waipacu, Kyabijwenge and Kimanya […]

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