“Leopard Village”: Community Ecotourism & Resource Center in Muhokya

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Friday
Oct112013

Unser gemeinsamer Dank dem Foerderkreis fuer Ugandas Tierwelt!

Danke insbesondere fuer die grosszuegige Ersatzteil- und Monitoringausstattungsspende! In Partnerschaft und unter Mithilfe von FUT koennen wir generell unsere Dienstleistungen zum Wohl  von Gemeinden und Wildtieren in und um den Queen Elizabeth Nationalpark entschieden verbessern und insbesondere Konflikte loesen helfen.
Wir und die betroffenen Gemeinden bedanken uns sehr herzlich fuer diese Hilfe!  Dr. Dieter Speidel und Dr. Hans Wirth gebuehrt unser besonderer Dank.
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Thank you to Förderkreis für Ugandas Tierwelt!
Thank you to Förderkreis für Ugandas Tierwelt  ("Friends of Uganda Wildlife") for their very generous donation of much-needed vehicle spare parts and carnivore monitoring equipment.
Förderkreis für Ugandas Tierwelt’s partnership and support will help us continue our services to the human and wildlife communities of Queen Elizabeth National Park in general and conflict mitigation in particular.  We, and the communities benefiting from those services, thank them very much for their generous gift!  Dr. Dieter Speidel and Dr. Hans Wirth deserve a special 'Thank You!' in particular for their support of our work.  
Wednesday
May292013

Water is now flowing at Muhokya Primary School!

     Thank you to our friend Cindy for her very generous donation that brought water to Muhokya Primary School.  We partner with Muhokya Primary School in conservation education outreach and Leopard Village activities.
     Cindy’s generous donation meant that we could install faucets and pipes that now connect the school to the main water line of Muhokya village.  Prior to this, students had to go down to the river to collect water for use at school.  Now, water is flowing at the school!  This benefits the students and also neighbors living nearby.
     Students and neighboring women accessing water for the first time at the school:
Students used to have to go to the river to collect water:
Cindy celebrating with a local women’s group: