The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Experience our work from those who engage with the issues.
Kasese Secondary School plans to plant more trees and expand the size of the Earth Hour Woodlot up to about five hectares.
As students in S.4 country wide kick-off their Uganda Certificate of Education Examinations (UCE) this week, students and staff of Rutoto Secondary ...
In 2015, about 15% of the Ugandan population had access to electricity. At the same time, the country had one of the lowest per capita electricity ...
WWF in Uganda together with the rest of the Tourism fraternity converged in Gulu (Northern Uganda) to mark World Tourism Day. Celebrated globally, ...
WWF in Uganda together with responsAbility Renewable Energy Holding (rAREH) and partners are implementing the River Nyamwamba Payment for Watershed ...
Rabecca Arinaitwe’s life changed after acquiring an improved cook stove from Kitara Civil Society Organisations Network (KCSON), a WWF partner ...
World Wide Fund for Nature-Uganda Country Office (WWF-UCO) was privileged to host the second Great Virunga Landscape Stakeholders Meeting held at ...
Last week, WWF together with other CSOs participated in the stated public hearing held in Kikuube and Hoima Districts. The public hearing was ...
Ayesiga’s family life has changed since she acquired a four lights solar home system and improved cook stoves.
Zinori Bikorwomuhangi, 38, a native of the area says that he begun encroaching on Karinzu forest reserve as young as 13 years to earn a living.
WWF-UCO Extractives manager, Ivan Amanigaruhanga has an extensive and rich article on what Uganda ought to do if oil is to benefit the citizens.
Last week, the Fundraising, Partnerships and Communications team held a meeting with the Dorte Broen, the Technical Advisor on Environment ...