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Camp Uganda is an educational camp in wildlife conservation for seventh grade Ugandan children and their teachers who live in impoverished villages close to the forest. [view slideshow]

The seven-day camp – held at the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre – provides campers with a better appreciation and understanding of local wildlife, and of the habitat that is so important to its survival. The primary focus is on chimpanzees, a species whose population has decreased by over 85% in recent decades. In Uganda it is estimated that only 5000 remain.



At Camp Uganda we are building a brighter future for Africa's endangered species by nurturing a new generation of well-educated, active young citizens.

 


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