The Queen Elizabeth Parks Twinning Project
'Connecting Communities and Wildlife'
The Queen Elizabeth Parks Twinning Project is managed by Nature's Frontline and QECPVRS on behalf of
Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda and Queen Elizabeth Country Park , UK
What we do
The Queen Elizabeth Parks Twinning Project is a Community Conservation Project that works in 3 key areas, with Schools, the Local Community and Park Staff.
The Project supports 'twinning' and cultural exchanges between schools that share a close proximity to the Queen Elizabeth Parks. The Project also encourages it's Twinned Schools to get involved in Conservation and Environmental Sustainability Projects. (Click on the schools tab to find out more)
Through engaging with and empowering local communities the Twinning Project hopes to encourage more people to see the value in the conservation of wildlife and the local environment. (Click on the Community Tab to find our more)
A key part of the Project is involvement and mutual support of the Rangers and other staff who protect both Queen Elizabeth Parks. It is their participation that makes this such a special project. (Click on the Conservation tab to find out more)
The QEPTP Blog
You can keep upto date with all the latest events and news about the Twinning Project by visiting our Blog Site. www.qeptp.wordpress.com
The Queen Elizabeth Parks Twinning Project is run on behalf of the two Queen Elizabeth Parks by the Nature's Frontline and the Queen Elizabeth Country Park Volunteer Ranger Service.
This is a registered Charity.
Contact the Project for more information
The Twinning Project works with schools and community groups in Uganda and the UK.
We organise cluster group meetings to assist Schools and Youth Groups involved in
African / UK Partnerships.
We also meet with community groups to foster cultural understanding and mutual support
Contact us for more details.
We have a number of key partners that we have worked with these include
Range Land Safaris
Pan African Conservation and Education
The Gabba Teacher Training College, Kampala
The International Ranger Federation
The Twinning Project supports the work of Rangers involved in Conservation by encouraging the exchange of best practice and information.
We facilitate exchange visits, donate equipment and encouarge personal development.
We also get involved with community groups through supporting eco-tourism ideas and providing training in environmental and sustainability issues.
All of this is achieved through gifts, donations, grants and the efforts of the Volunteers, Staff and visitors / supporters ofboth Queen Elizabeth Parks.