The Queen Elizabeth Parks Project


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What we do

Wildlife and Community Conservation Project in Uganda and the UK 

Our Projects

Ranger Support, Environmental and Culture Education as well as Community Engagement and Support

Get Involved

Make a Financial Contribution, Donate Equiment or Volunteer with the Project.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Rangers Are Vital to Conservation

The Rangers of Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda are  vital. It is the Rangers who undertake law enforcement patrols, who work in the local community and schools and who are instrumental in much of the conservation research work that happens.

The Rangers also act as guides and have shown thousands of people the wildlife and habitats of the park.

The Queen Elizabeth Parks Project supports the Rangers through donations of equipment, exchange visits, training and mentoring activities.

Visit our You Tube page to see videos of our project schools and wildlife

Make a Difference

You can make the difference to Wildlife  Conservation, School Children and Communities  by making a regular doantion.


By donating just

£3 per month

it means you will be ensuring we can continue our Conservation, Eductation and Community Projects. You will truly be with us on

 Nature's Frontline 

Support us by nominating our Project and using

A Registered Charity Number 1137413