Queen Elizabeth Parks Project

Our Projects

'Connecting People & Wildlife'

About us


'Cultural Exchange and Mutual Support'


The Queen Elizabeth Parks Project is community wildlife conservation inititative which seeks to  'connect' the people and wildlife of the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda and the Queen Elizabeth Country Park in the UK by supporting the work of Rangers, conservation, community engagement and cultural and environmental education. 

Our mission


Connecting People and Wildlife


This is a project of cultural exchange and mutual support focussed on wildlife conservation: working closely with and empowering local communitiies, supporting education initiatives and exchanging ideas and best practice between the staff of the two Queen Elizabeth Parks.

You can see examples of our work by clicking on the ABOUT US page or downloading a leaflet by clickinh on the Read More button.

 We reply on donations, grants and parterships to facilitate our work.

So, if you like what you see on the website, please support the project by clicking on the donate button or you can find out more about donating equipment, hosting a talk or sales table or volunteering by using the email form on the contact page. 



Ranger Support

Environmental Education

Community Engagement

Wildlife Conservation