Kasiisi Project Awarded Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund Grant

Kyanyawara Wildlife Club Build Keyhole Gardens

Kyanyawara Wildlife Club Build Keyhole Gardens which harvest and conserve water for irrigating plants as part of the Great Ape Education Project

We are really happyAll_fullcolor copy and very grateful to have heard that we have been awarded a third Disney Worldwide Conservation Grant. This grant for $23,000 will be used to build vibrant and sustainable Wildlife Clubs in 14 primary schools bordering Kibale National Park.

Our goal is to make revitalized school Wildlife Clubs the hub of a program centered in the schools, that links research and community in a wider effort to conserve Kibale National Park.Thank you Disney for believing in us and helping us reach our goal.Iruhhura Wildlife Club lay the foundations of the 50th clean burning fuel efficient stove they have built in the villages around their school

Iruhhura Wildlife Club lay the foundations of the 50th clean burning fuel efficient stove they have built in the villages around their school using techniques learned during a trip to the Uganda Wildlife Education Center with Camp Uganda
 
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