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10:44
10:44

Low Turn Up As UWEC Marks One Month After Reopening Centre 1 1

The Indian community has been donating food and non- food items to the centre that made losses of about shillings 2 billion when it was closed. The centre was closed for 5 month due to COVID-9 concerns.
12:51
12:51

UWEC Gets Donation After Counting Losses 2

Uganda Wildlife Education Centre commonly known as (Entebbe Zoo) received donations including food for the animals in the Centre from the Foreign Grant Thorntan Community.
17:37
17:37

Wildlife Clubs Battle Poaching In Park Communities 1 5

Francis William Ruhimirwa, the Education Officer in Charge of Community programs at Uganda Wildlife Education Center, says some of the clubs are involved in the thematic areas of wetland conservation, Giraffe Conservation, Elephant Conservation and Shoe Bill Conservation amongst others.
07:38
07:38

Wildlife Show Recieves Lukewarm Reception 2 3

Charles Onencan, another resident says he expected to see other species that he didn't see in 2013.
13:50
13:50

UWEC Awaits Final Audit Ahead Of Accreditation 1

Last year, UWEC applied to be accredited, an elevation that would enable the centre to engage in wildlife education research and documentation. The centre will also host a centre of excellence where other zoos can come and learn and share experiences.
10:34
10:34

UWEC Leads Coordination on Shoebill Studbook shoebill stork 1 1

UWEC developed a shoebill management plan which was submitted to African Association of Zoos and Aquarium. In the management plan, the center sought to engage in research, coordination, breeding, conservation and management of the shoebill. UWEC has now been officially accepted to take on the mandate.
11:05
11:05

Ugandans Gradually Submit Entries for Wildlife Conference paazab conference 2

Conference papers for the 5-day meeting were sought in the thematic areas focusing on Animal husbandry advances, Conservation, Reducing carbon footprint (going green), Veterinary and research advances and dealing with poaching problems. But Ugandan organizations had remained reluctant through the first and second deadlines that passed on 21st February and 31st March respectively.
Jan 7 results