Uganda Wildlife Authority gets visibility boost from ATCNews

MEDIA PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN UGANDA WILDLIFE AUTHORITY AND ATCNEWS TAKES EFFECT TODAY

(Posted 04th December 2017)

(Seen in the picture is the UWA Executive Director Dr. Andrew Seguya with key staff members Paul Ninsiima and Gessa Simplicious after sealing the partnership deal)

The Uganda Wildlife Authority, a key organization to not just protect the country’s wildlife but also promoting travel to the 10 national parks and even more game reserves in Uganda, earlier today joined hands with ATCNews.org to take advantage of the greater visibility and wider reach Eastern Africa’s largest blog of its kind is offering. Ramsar and UNESCO World Heritage sites are also among areas under UWA’s jurisdiction.
Executive Director Dr. Andrew Seguya and several of his key staff were at hand to seal the deal under which ATCNews will now feature UWA’s promotional efforts to attract not just foreign visitors to the parks but also boost domestic tourism in all forms, be in through school or student groups, Wildlife Club member visits to the parks and individuals or entire families enjoying Uganda’s spectacular sights during their holidays.

Only recently did UWA join hands with Nature Uganda and other organizations to hold yet another successful Big Birding Day across the country, featured here at the time via https://atcnews.org/2017/11/13/big-birding-judged-a-big-success-weather-notwithstanding/
https://atcnews.org/2017/11/19/queen-elizabeth-national-park-honoured-for-most-bird-sightings/

Media releases and public announcements by UWA will as of today be published here in full for the benefit of readers as will special promotional activities and park visits by different groups like Mountain Slayers, Koi Koi, Travel Freaks and others which offer opportunities to in particular young Ugandans to explore and enjoy the natural wonders across the Pearl of Africa.

Also follow UWA on social media via www.facebook.com/ugandawildlifeauthority and Twitter via www.twitter.com/ugwildlife for regular illustrated updates from the parks and beyond or visit www.ugandawildlife.org

UWA’s hashtag for domestic travel is #tulambulewild

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