#GorillaHighlands: Celebrate with us: GH News #1 ??

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Gorilla Highlands project leader introduces the email edition of GH News (30 sec)

Gorilla Highlands News is Here, At Last 

Years in the making, the newsletter to keep the Gorilla Highlands initiativeproperly informed is finally ready. In our first ever partner survey (you really should read the report!) you told us it should be quarterly, so you can expect the next edition in September 2018.

Assisted by the French Institute of Bukavu and Goma, Gorilla Highlands News will get a French language version soon. We want our Congolese friends to still feel included, even though the latest events force us to postpone putting the DRC in the Pocket Guide.

In light of that, we need to end this intro with a wish for peace…

Below: some GH Partners survey results

Don’t Love Email That Much?

The WhatsApp edition of this newsletter is a 333 KB PDF with links, sized to be readable from a phone screen. It was envisaged to serve the needs of those who do not do (much) email, especially our partners‚Äô staff members ‚ÄĒ our desire is to spread the idea of cooperation and provide learning opportunities to all. Please encourage everyone to subscribe by sending a message to¬†+256 782 779 599.

Pocket Guide #7 to be Printed in July! 

The prototype of the Gorilla Highlands Pocket Guide devoted a number of pages to DR Congo. We have been forced to save most of them for later, however, the cute kids of Kahuzi-Biega will continue to grace the cover. You can download the updated draft here.

If you want to promote your business on its pages please contact pocketguide@gorillahighlands.com by 30 June 2018.

The new draft description of our region for the Gorilla Highlands Pocket Guide #7.

For advertising rates, the brand-new discounts and the roadmap click here. For all stories about the Gorilla Highlands Pocket guide (like those detailing its distribution) click here.

What Has Happened? 

DR Congo: Virunga National Park closes and slows us down; more

Rwanda: Arsenal sponsorship remains controversial; read Isabelle Masozera’s take on it

Uganda: Gahinga Batwa Village is officially launched; dive into a global story about respect

Gorilla Highlands Silverchef Winner 2018 

Our initiative’s signature annual event had Congolese participants for the very first time, however, the prize went to a Rwandan chef! Click for the details here

Focus on Our Partners 

We have lost an amazing man …¬†Eric had 96 Years, 114 Children, 6 Songs.

His story is just a click away!

History Salute

Know this lady? She is Muhumuza! Yep, that very¬†famous warrior…¬†Click for her story as you say goodbye to Gorilla Highlands News #1.¬†See you in September!


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