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18 Jun

How will oil impact Murchison Falls National Park?

What you need to know: Whereas some environmentalists have raised concerns in regard to oil activities in game parks, oil companies say they have environmentally friendly technology that minimizes damage on animal activities. It is only a 15-kilometre drive from Paraa Bridge in Murchison Falls National Park to north of River Nile. Here, Pearl Engineering is undertaking the construction of the Tangi Operation Support Base Camp. The base camp is expected to be complete in July or mid-August. It will host more than 600 workers, who will handle oil operations for more than 10...

18 Jun

UWA reports increase in wildlife populations

What you need to know: During the past 25 years, the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has registered a significant increment in the wildlife populations of most wildlife species. The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) will this year celebrate its silver jubilee. Celebrations will be held on June 24, 2022 and its report shows an increase in wildlife populations in the protected areas that it manages. During the past 25 years, UWA has registered a significant increment in the wildlife populations of most wildlife species. Reports indicate that the population of giraffes has increased from 153 recorded...

18 Jun

Jinja city to become Eastern Uganda tourism gateway

Jinja city to become Eastern Uganda tourism gateway The plans are a result of a meeting held between the UTB, Jinja City Council officials and the Private Sector at the Jinja City Hall under the theme “Showcasing Tourism Potential for Jinja City. The meeting was chaired by the acting Jinja Town Clerk – John Gulooba Choli, and was attended by the UTB delegation led by UTB Chairman, Daudi Migereko, Vice Chairperson, Susan Muhwezi, directors, management of the board and other participants. The stakeholder engagement meeting highlighted the challenges faced by tourism sector in...

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