Who are we?


The Queen Elizabeth Park Project is a Community Conservation Project bringing together the Staff, Schools and Communities of the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda and the Queen Elizabeth Country Park in the UK

We are a Project of cultural exchange and mutual support that focuses on conservation by promoting the exchange of practice between the Rangers of the two Queen Elizabeth Parks and by facilitating and empowering meaningful community engagement.

The Queen Elizabeth Parks Project

'Connecting People and Wildlife'



We work with and support Rangers in Uganda and the UK



We work with schools in Uganda and the UK to promote and encourage involvement in conservation.



We encouarge meaningful community engagement in wildlife conservation.

Support us in Nature Conservation



If you like what you have seen on this website and would like to get involved by becoming a 'Supporter' please get in touch or you can make a donation

The Park to Park Challenge


Many thanks to all who took place in years Park to Park Challenge, especially the pupils of Liss Junior School, it was a great day and we raised some much needed funds for the Project.

The money raised will be used to support the work of Rangers in Uganda's Queen Elizabeth National Park.


Next Year's Challenge will be on Saturday 5th May 2018

Uganda Visit 2017

Project Team Members will be travelling to Uganda in July.

Whilst in Uganda the Team will be training some of the Rangers, visiting schools and also looking at some community engagement projects.

The Team will also working on plans for a new school for the children of Rangers and investigating new plans to assist in rebuilding Ranger Stations and other frontline conservation projects.

If you would like to help please donate using the button above.