Mission, Objectives, Vision


we are dedicated to exist holistically, empower and skill communities of Ishasha in queen Elizabeth to become self-reliant and be able to co-exist in nature.


  • To engage people in activities geared towards undertaking, revenue sharing allocation to the wildlife affected communities.
  • To advocate for sensitive nature heritage environment for protection of forest cover, conservation of water resources and wetlands, tourism and agro forestry.
  • To advocate for rural, development through preservation of wildlife in communities around queen Elizabeth.
  • To provide open space& recreational tourism& cultural heritage opportunities in the wild life affected areas of Ishasha sector Queen Elizabeth national park
  • To support social needs of the rapidly increasingly population of communities around Ishasha sector queen Elizabeth national park.
  • To train specific groups of people in the use of new information technology to communicate and access ideas from internet which are relevant in progressive, realization of the wildlife rights to the development.
  • To mobilize resources for community empowerment through sustainable livelihood programs for better services in communities around Ishasha.


saving wildlife through community engagement, participation and empowerment for future generations”

Conserving for future Generations
The savannah park occupies an impressive range of habitats with 57 vegetation types including forest grasslands, acacia woodlands, & lake shore & swamp vegetation.hippos galore, crocodiles and thousands of shorebirds-pelicans, cormorants etc
The land scape change to huge candelabra euphorbia tree looking like giant cactus. The kazinga channel ‘ Royal Track’ is one of the best areas to spot leopards, one of Africa’s, most elusive big cats. The kob mating grounds on the open kasenyi plain is where lion prides prey on Uganda kob that are a little too preoccupied with males