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Carolina Baquerizo, DVM '24, in the field with Conservation Through Public Health laboratory technician Annaclet Ampeire and Uganda Wildlife Authority rangers.
By Carolina Baquerizo, Cornell DVM '24 | August 23, 2023  Source: Cornell University Working with primates is something I had avoided for a while. Most of my interest has been in southern Africa, with ungulates like giraffes, antelope, and pachyderms being my main focus. Yet I felt that, following the
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Published Sunday February 04 2024, 11.00pm GMT, The Times | Adam Vaughan, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest In the 1980s, mountain gorillas were on the brink of extinction. Now, following a rare conservation success, goodwill is at risk Rwamutwe is unfazed by his latest group of human visitors. The silverback leads this 14-strong
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SOURCE : In the heart of Uganda, a groundbreaking research project is shaping the future of disease surveillance and prevention. Focused on neglected zoonotic diseases, the initiative introduces a Community One Health (COH) model across four Conservation areas. Let’s delve into the project’s journey, exploring its methods, challenges, and transformative
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Source : TRT World | @BardeyGoddie | @AllanDarren https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2gB7ATya_I  
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SOURCE : THE GUARDIAN What are the greatest secrets that remain about life on our planet – and how might they affect our future? We asked the experts to pick one burning question From the depths of the Amazon rainforest to the deserts of Antarctica, huge questions remain unanswered about
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SOURCE :            In her enchanting memoir, Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, Uganda’s first wildlife veterinarian, tells the remarkable story from her animal-loving childhood to her career protecting endangered mountain gorillas and other wild animals. She is also the defender of people as a groundbreaking promoter of human
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Source: VERONIKA PERKOVÁ | Uganda’s first wildlife vet and award-winning conservationist, Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, shares her personal story about how her organization “Conservation Through Public Health“ has contributed to a steady growth of mountain gorillas in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda. That’s in addition to a major improvement in
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