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13:17
13:17

UWA Employs Former Poachers to Enhance Conservation Efforts 1

Most convicted criminals for wildlife offenses are fined as little as Ugx 50,000 or few months imprisonment which may not be deterrent enough to stop the diehard poachers and their collaborators considering the profits they make from poaching. Figures indicate that one hippo carcass earns them up to Ugx 5 million.
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12:22

Nwoya Residents Demand Electric Fences to Confine Elephants food plantations 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.
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