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Uganda Biodiversity Information Facility

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Uganda has a distinctive natural heritage and biological diversity, which pose several challenges and opportunities for conservation, sustainable use and stewardship. As a nation, we need to recognize, protect and manage this natural resource base by improving our knowledge and developing technology, designs, systems, approaches and strategies to contribute to a safer and healthier environment for all.


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  1. Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries
  2. Ministry of Tourism, Trade and Industry
  3. Ministry of Water and Environment,
  4. National Environmental Management Authority
  5. Uganda National Council for Science and Technology
  6. Makerere University
  7. Mountains of the Moon University
  8. Busitema University
  9. Kabale University
  10. Gulu University
  11. Mbarara University of Science & Technology
  12. Tooro Botanical Gardens
  13. Wildlife Conservation Society
  14. Advocates Coalition for Development & Environment
  15. National Agricultural Research Organisation
  16. MTTI-Department of Museums and Monuments
  17. National Forestry Authority
  18. Uganda Export Promotion Board
  19. Nature Uganda
  20. Natural Chemotherapeutics Research Institute
  21. SCIFODE,
  22. Albertine Rift Conservation Society
  23. National Tree Seed Centre
  24. National Forestry Authority
  25. Uganda Wildlife Authority
  26. Plant Genetic Resources Center
  27. PROLINNOVA Uganda

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UgaBIF News

UgaBIF - Mon, 19 Sep 2011

 

 

  The 1st Biodiversity Information management  training under UgaBIF was conducted on 19-20th September 2011. It was focussed on the Linneaus II software which is...

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LiveScience.com - Fri, 22 Aug 2014

Renowned scientist and conservationist Patricia Wright battles to save one of the world’s most endangered primates.

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