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Commemorated every year on May 15th, Endangered species Day reminds all of us to celebrate and learn about endangered species and people who work very hard to protect these species.
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The international #GivingTuesday movement has announced an emergency global day of giving and unity that is taking place today in addition to the regularly scheduled Dec 1, 2020 #GivingTuesday. This is in response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
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As the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic continues, our team is in Bwindi, sensitizing community volunteers, Gorilla Guardians on how to prevent transmission of COVID-19 between people and from people to gorillas at Bwindi and Mgahinga Conservation Area.
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Today is Earth Day! Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) joins the rest of the world to celebrate Earth Day.
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Today Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) joins the rest of the world to celebrate World Health Day. Celebrated every year on 7th April, the World Health Day is a global health awareness day, under the leadership of the World Health Organization (WHO), and other health organizations.
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As the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic continues, this week our team led by our Founder and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka set out to Bwindi and Mgahinga Conservation Area to train park staff on how to manage and prevent COVID-19 spread amongst people and from humans to gorillas.
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At the beginning of December 2019, a new coronavirus was identified in Wuhan, China. The World Health Organization (WHO) named the disease, COVID-19, which references the type of virus and the year it emerged. In March 2020, the WHO declared the virus a pandemic as it rapidly spread across the
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Following the official announcement from the Greater Virunga Transboundary Initiative, we are very sad to have lost four mountain gorillas, three adult females and one male infant, at Mgahinga National Park, including a pregnant female, who were members of the Hirwa Gorilla Group of 17 gorillas that came in from
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