ITFC's Past Projects Block

Human Wildlife Conflict studies

Wildlife is one of Uganda’s great natural resources. It is the foundation of its nature-based tourism, one of the nation’s main foreign exchange earners. At the same time, however, Uganda’s wildlife is under enormous pressure as a result of a fast growing human population surrounding the remaining wildlife habitats. This leads to conflicts between frontline communities and Protected Areas, their wildlife, and their staff.

Women in Conservation Project

Multip2.jpgThe Involvement of Women in Integrated Conservation and Development (ICD) Policy Implementation and Governance project is another project run by ITFC. Birdlife International and Conservation International funded this project. It is a collaborative project between ITFC and IITR-MUST. The project aims at drawing lessons from tourism revenue sharing at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.


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