Nature is for us

Communities in the field touring an analog forest in Kikandwa - Mityana

Embrace nature-based conservation

Communities in Kasejere Mityana embrace nature-based conservation through analog forestry

Environmental Governance

Background Uganda’s economy relies heavily on natural resources. They…

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Food Sovereignty

Food Sovereignty is the right of nations and peoples…

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Water Governance

During the 2015 United Nations Sustainable Development Summit, Uganda…

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Gender and Conservation

Background information The Constitution of the Republic of Uganda…

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Analog Forestry

Communities back to the roots by embracing nature-based conservation to improve their livelihoods. Analog Forestry combines methodologies to restore forests and enhance biodiversity to create healthier and happier communities…

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