'About the Queen Elizabeth Parks Project'
We are a group of Rangers, Park Staff, Teachers and Community Members who have come together in a Project designed to
'Connect People and Wildlife'
We do this through Wildlife Conservation Projects, Education Activities and Community Engagement.
Our main aim is to support Rangers undertaking vital Wildlife Conservation work in Uganda and the UK, with a special focus on two Queen Elizabeth Parks, one in Uganda and the other in the UK
We work in three theme areas
Support for Rangers - Through Best Practice Exchange and Mentoring Activities, Donating Equipment Training and Wider Support for the families Of Rangers who have Suffered Hardship
Education Activities - Including support for 'Twinning Arrangement's between Ugandan and UK Schools, Supporting Environmental and Cultural Education Projects and Developing Outreach Projects
Community Support - Through Support for Eco-tourism Projects and other Activities that further Conservation and Improve Community Relationships
How You Can Help -
Donate Equipment - We are always happy to receive equipment donations, digital cameras, hand held GPS, binoculars, wildlife field
guides, tents, mosquito nets and First Aid kits for our Ugandan Ranger Colleagues.
Donate Money - We are always happy to receive donations - By donating £3 per month you will really be making a difference to Wildlife, you can also make a one-off donations,
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Another way of donating is to use easy fundraising when you fo your online shopping, Simply click on the logo below
Volunteer - Our Project is run by Volunteers all of who offer their time for free.
We Are currently looking for Volunteers to get involved school Projects in the UK and Volunteers to work at
Liberty College in Kasese.