Peer Education in Uganda In an effort to reduce the number of girls dropping out of schools, The Jane Goodall Institute– Uganda came up with program called Peer to Peer program. In this program we carry out workshops where we train girls and female teachers to become trainers in their schools and communities. Workshops In [...]

Environmental Education and Awareness in schools.

Education plays a crucial role in raising awareness of environmental challenges and shaping the attitudes and behaviors that can make a difference. During this activity, environmental education lessons are delivered to students and teachers. The education team uses  videos produced by Nature for Kids (NfK) in collaboration with UNITE for the environment, the Max Planck [...]


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 […]


Welfare of individual chimpanzees both in the wild and in captivity is one of the Jane Goodall Institute's  major concerns worldwide.  In Uganda, the major welfare issues are dealing with isolated, fragmented populations of chimpanzees who come into conflict with local people, chimpanzees caught in traps and snares, and chimpanzees taken from the wild by [...]
Change this in Theme Options
Change this in Theme Options