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
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The VELUX Group commits to capture its historical carbon footprint and become Lifetime Carbon Neutral in partnership with WWF
Last week, WWF in Uganda team led by the Country Director, David Duli, held a meeting with the Minister of Water and Environment, Hon Sam Cheptoris ...
Last week, WWF Partnerships and Program staff visited private sector companies in the five districts bordering Rwenzori Mountains National park to ...
WWF in collaboration with Environmental Management for Livelihood Improvement (EMLI) with Financing from Norad and Sida conducted the first webinar ...
Teachers, pupils and parents of Mughete Primary school are celebrating the excellent performance from the recently released National Primary Leaving ...
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 ...
Last week, WWF together with Plan International held the Youth Climate Council. The event attracted 9 primary schools who fully participated in the ...
Rabecca Arinaitwe’s life changed after acquiring an improved cook stove from Kitara Civil Society Organisations Network (KCSON), a WWF partner ...