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11:59
11:59

Kasese Farmers Demand Compensation for Destroyed Crops elephants 6 3

According to the Act, compensation will be given to a person who suffers bodily injury or is killed or suffers damage of his or her property by wild animals.
11:54
11:54

Pictorial: Stray Elephants Wreck Havoc in Muhokya Sub county UWA Top story

The elephants raided Rutooke and Busambu vilages in Muhokya sub county where they destroyed gardens of tomatoes, Cotton, maize, vanilla and banana plantations.
16:56
16:56

Stray Elephants Invade Masindi Villages uwa

Apollo Byenkya, a resident of Nyakarongo village told Uganda Radio Network that people in the village are now living in fear since the animals could easily attack them.
08:03
08:03

Report: Ugandans Mind Wildlife Extinction national parks 1 1

The survey shows that 79 percent of the respondents said it would matter a great deal to them if Wildlife disappeared. The findings of the study released by Uganda Conservation Foundation, WildAid and UWA indicate that only five percent of those interviewed, said they didnt care about wildlife heritage.
12:22
12:22

Nwoya Residents Demand Electric Fences to Confine Elephants trenches 2

Such Fences would control movement of wildlife from the protected area to neighboring villages especially in the parishes of Corom, Agonga, Karl and parts of Orum where over 500 residents have 50% of their plantations destroyed by the marauding elephants, John Bosco Okullu, the LC3 chairperson Koch Goma Sub County says.
15:07
15:07

African Countries In Elephant DNA Sampling To Stump Out Poaching elephant poaching 1 2

African countries have started profiling their elephants in a bid to fight rampant poaching across the continent. Under the new approach, the DNA of different families of elephants are taken for analysis to know where they are located. Spearheaded by Dr. Samuel Wasser of the Washington University, the sample will provide valuable information on the origin of the ivory when arrested on the international market.
13:30
13:30

15 Elephants Invade Kanungu Village stampede

More than 200 locals in Kyimbugu village, Kibimbiri parish, Kihiihi Sub County in Kanungu district have fled their homes after elephants crossed from Queen Elizabeth National Park.
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