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.
Last week, WWF facilitated the training of 70 Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) staff attached to Rwenzori Mountains National Park (RMNP) in the use ...
The project will focus on jobs within restoration and in sectors that reduce pressure on important natural resources for climate resilience within ...
WWF Uganda is playing a leading role in demonstrating efficient thin kerf value-addition technology for conversion of commercial trees into good ...
The State Minister for Energy, Hon. Eng Simon D’Unjanga commended WWF in Uganda for the efforts exhibited to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions ...
WWF Uganda has called on Government to increase investment in mini-grids. The remarks were made by the WWF Country Director David Duli who was ...
STREAMLINE TIMBER TRADE AND PROMOTE FOREST INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
In commemoration of World Cities Day, WWF in Uganda held a press conference to speak about the water crisis that is already plaguing Uganda’s Capital ...
The WWF Uganda has embarked on provision of alternative livelihoods to more than 800 people who were rendered jobless following the suspension of ...
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 ...