Funding locally led projects for shoebill conservation
Featured Project: Save Shoebill Conservation Project is a Ugandan-led project founded by Kenneth Tumusiime.
The SSCP is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-political, eco-tourism conservation project, aimed at building community mindfulness about the importance of shoebills and other wetland birds around Murchison Falls National Park in Uganda. It aims to raise awareness of the importance and value of the local shoebill population and to conserve its habitat. The broader outcomes are: (1) to have a sustainable, health shoebill population, (2) monitor, research and conserve shoebill habitat, and. (3) save the area’s precious wetlands.
Kenneth Tumusiime, the SSCP project’s CEO, and his team, have now produced a 5 year strategic plan which can be accessed by clicking the link below.
Link to the Strategic Plan on WingSearch2020