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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 between partners to ensure effective and efficient implementation of project activities.
Located at the northern end of the rift, to the east of Lake Albert, the Murchison-Semliki Landscape contains some of the most important remaining forested regions of Uganda. These forests contain a wide range of biodiversity including populations of endangered species but face a wide range of threats and the area has seen significant forest loss in recent years.
In order to enhance the coordination and effectiveness of NARCG Member active in chimpanzee and other conservation activities, the Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is proposing to undertake a mapping exercise of NGOs active in the Murchison-Semliki Landscape.
Organizational mapping exercises are a tool that allows organizations and other partners and supporters to better design and target their interventions by reducing the potential for overlap and duplication and increasing the opportunities for shared implementation and scaling up of successful interventions as well as identifying important populations and habitat that might fall outside the areas of current implementation.