Uganda Conservation Foundation

Uganda Conservation Foundation

At a glance


  • Animals / wildlife

Other details

Geographical remit: 


Providing support and funding for projects designed to preserve, rescue and rehabilitate endangered species and habitats. Through research, educational and technical support UCF aims to help individual people and local communities in a practical way to practise and benefit from conservation efforts and to reduce human / wildlife conflict.


Working as a support to various government and private bodies wherever possible, our main areas of interest are as follows:

  • To encourage, stimulate and support efforts in the betterment, recovery and future security of Uganda's wildlife, natural resources and environment.
  • To unite the needs of the Uganda people with that of conservation and development objectives for the benefit of both.
  • To collaborate, co-operate and support other agencies and organizations with mutual objectives, although focus on areas receiving little or no NGO emphasis.
  • To help provide practical support to conserve and revitalize areas of natural habitat and improve 'urban' areas for benefit of wildlife and communities.
  • To be involved in long term, proactive, realistic and practical projects, especially those that provide the opportunity of advancing Uganda's capability and prospects through employment, education, activities and research.


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