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A Survey of Hydrological Systems in the Great Virunga Landscape
(Institute of Tropical Forest Conservation, Mbarara University of Science and Technology, 2015-08)
The Greater Virunga Landscape (GVL) is an interconnected chain of eleven protected areas that straddle the borders of Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic Republic of Congo. The landscape is famous for its mountain gorillas ...
Lessons learnt from 20 years of revenue sharing at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda
(International Institute for Environment and Development, 2017-11)
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is one of the prime protected areas in Uganda, famous for its mountain gorilla families that have been habituated to allow gorillatracking safaris. A revenue sharing (RS) scheme was ...
Profiling unauthorized natural resource users for better targeting of conservation interventions
(Conservation Biology, 2015-04-15)
Unauthorized use of natural resources is a key threat to many protected areas. Approaches to reducing this threat include law enforcement and integrated conservation and development (ICD) projects, but for such ICDs to be ...
Pan African Feminist Perspectives Promoting Matriarchy. Women’s Pre-Colonial Linguistic Power Perspectives, Power Loss and the Contemporary State of Affairs in Ankole Sub-Region
(Pan African Feminist Perspectives Promoting Matriarchy., 2021-11-15)
This paper studies the linguistic approach used to describe wise, healer and powerful women in the Ankole Sub-region during the pre-colonial times. Discussed in the study are the names, words and proverbs that describe a ...
Who wants what?
(International Institute for Environment and Development, 2017-02)
‘Local economic development through pro-poor gorilla tourism in Uganda’ is a three year project funded by the UK government's Darwin Initiative. The aim of the project is to work with local people and established tour ...
Women‘s employment and the changing family pattern in Ankole Sub-region- Uganda
(International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science, 2021-12)
This study employed a case study design using phenomenological stances of qualitative research to collect data from three districts of Mbarara, Bushenyi and Kiruhura and the objective of the study was to find out how ...