Last week our Education team carried out mobile education in 10 schools in Kasese district reaching out to more than 1000 pupils. Kasese is a district in the western part of Uganda with a total about 63% of the land area occupied by nature and wild life conservation schemes and farm lands. The pupils watched a video on direct threats to many species after habitat loss as a result of human activities including deforestation and how these indirect and direct threats can be addressed. Pupils found it entertaining at the same time educative and they felt challenged to make a difference in their schools and communities.
- Celebrating the World Wildlife Day 2017 in Uganda.
- JGI in Uganda is searching for a Finance Manager/ Accountant.
- 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.
- Introducing Stany Nyandwi, JGI Uganda’s new Education Assistant.
- We are looking for suitably qualified candidates to fill up the available vacant positions.(Monitoring and Evaluation Manager and Communication and Policy Coordination Manager).