Education is the basic necessity of life. It is an integral tool that aids the overall growth and development. Education has a plethora of meanings and educates and empowers you as well as your environment. At Nature Uganda, we view this as indispensible in our conservation drives.
Understanding that research is important might seem like a no-brainer, but many people avoid it like the plague. Yet, for those who like to learn, whether they are members of a research institution or not, conducting research is not just important—it's imperative.
There are three main reasons why we conserve: To repair some of the damage done by humans and maintain the environment for future generations. To maintain species diversity for our benefit and that of wildlife. To provide opportunities for education and the enjoyment of the environment.