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Water Project Funded for 2 More Years

Pere-Atchte School(Ategeka) It was my first time to head such a scientific project at my school and an amazing opportunity for my learners to use equipment in their learning experience. It helped learners reduce to fatigue of classroom learning. Special … Continue reading

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Children contribute to Practical Conservation of Kibale National Park

  Take a look at http://news.mongabay.com/2014/0110-millar-children-build-fuel-efficent-stoves-uganda.html for an article on how our children at Iruhuura school are taking the conservation knowledge that they have gained through our programs into their communities and making a practical contribution to protecting Kibale National … Continue reading

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Marketing, Accounting and a Wildlife Club that Rocks!

Marketing and Accounting Volunteers Through the great work of  two UK based charities Accounting for International Development, which provides  help to development organisations that, due to their limited resources, are unable to access vital accounting and financial management trainin, and … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project Awarded Columbus Zoo Grant

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a grant from Columbus Zoo for a project designed to build empathy towards chimpanzees in children from our schools. In partnership with The Chimpanzee Sanctuary and Wildlife Conservation Trust members of … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project Awarded Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund Grant

We are really happy 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 … Continue reading

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New Project Director, Pedal Power and the Role of English in Ugandan Schools

New Project Director Announced We are delighted to announce that Dr. Emily Otali has been appointed as Kasiisi Project Field Director starting in September of 2014. Emily, who is currently Field Director for the Kibale Chimpanzee Project, has been deeply … Continue reading

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More Conservation Awards for Francis

  Rwabuhinga Francis, Director of Conservation Education for The Kasiisi Project/Kibale Forest Schools Program,  who was recently awarded the 2013 IPS Southwick Conservation Committment Award,  has also been honored by the American  Society of Primatologists with their 2013 Conservation Award, … Continue reading

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Kasiisi Project Employee receives IPS Conservation Award

Rwabuhinga Francis, Director of Conservation Education for the Kasiisi Project, has been awarded the International Primatological Society 2013 Charles Southwick Conservation Education Commitment Award. “This award is dedicated to recognizing individuals living in primate habitat countries that have made a … Continue reading

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Chimps, Snares and Wildlife Clubs

“If an animal escapes from the park and destroy my crops in the garden what can you do?” Rweteera Student “Was the whole hand removed when Special was being injured by the snare?” Kasiisi Student ” If I enter the … Continue reading

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