Kigezi Biodiversity Sanctuary

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Kigezi Biodiversity Sanctuary
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Summary of Activity

This project aims to restore ecosystems by tree planting and sensitizing/educating communities and schools about caring for the environment. The project is initially for three years but since it is about ecosystems restoration, it will continue. The target population is the more than 50,000 people of Kabale and Rukiga Districts and the schools in these two districts.


The project has planted over 100,000 trees and impacted 268 families and 2800 students. Over 10,000 people have been sensitized on environmental protection.

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Good Samaritan team donating trees to a School in Rukiga District, UgandaA beneficiary of tree seedlings from Good Samaritan Uganda