CTPH Supports UWA Rangers in Bwindi with 20 GPS Devices

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CTPH Program Coordinator Richard Bagyenyi hands over the GPS devices.

On this World Ranger Day, Conservation Through Public Health is pleased to support Uganda Wildlife Authority rangers of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park with 20 GPS devices.

These devices will enable the monitoring of mountain gorillas, other wildlife and the forest. They were received by Chief Warden Nelson Guma, who commended the support of CTPH and partnership with Uganda Wildlife Authority.

We thank IUCN , British High Commission and Tusk for funding the purchase of the GPS devices and for continued support in protecting the endangered mountain gorillas.

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