Queen Elizabeth Parks Project

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The Queen Elizabeth Parks Project supports conservation in both Queen Elizabeth Parks by encouraging Rangers and other Parks Staff to participate in exchange visits and training or mentoring opportunities, as well as donating field equipment, books and other items.


 Fundemental to the success of the Project is the belief that wildlife conservation is best served by exploring innovative ways of engaging with and empowering communities.

We visit community groups both in Uganda and the UK, engaging with people and talking about the role of Rangers, cutlural and the local community involvement in wildlife conservation.


In Uganda we support the work of the Queen Elizabeth National Park's community team and seek to support those communities involved in ecotourism initiatives, social enterprises and environmental improvements.


In the UK, we give talks, attend events and support those who wish to become involved in cultrual partnership 

Ranger Support
'Connecting People and Wildlife'

The Queen Elizabeth Parks Project is a conservation initiative which seeks to 'Connect 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, Wildlife Conservation and Cultural and Environmental Education.

We believe that education is the key to successful and sustainable wildlife conservation.

By supporting schools and bringing conservation into the classroom, chidlren in the UK and Uganda understand the importance of their local parks, reserves and the wildlife within them.


The teacher exchange visits and improved communication between schools has created the ultimate opportunity for cultural learning and an excellent basis to develop joint pupil learning experiences.

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Community Engagement

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


We rely on donations, grants and partnerships in order to facilitate our work.


So if you would like to support the Project please click on the donate button below or visit the contact page to find out more about how you can get involved.


Covid-19 is having an impact on both our fundraising efforts and our conservation and community engagement work on the ground.


Our focus is currently with the personal support of Project Participants in Uganda who are struggling through a lack of income opportunities and the wider effects of the lock down.


If you can spare a few pounds please donate using the the button





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