Bwindi Mgahinga Conservation Trust

is to foster conservation of bio-diversity in Mgahinga and Bwindi protected areas through investment in community development projects, grants for research and ecological monitoring, funding park management and protection, and programmes that create greater conservation awareness.


Health Education and Agricultural Livelihoods / Land rights

Empowering Batwa women and men in southwestern Uganda to achieve sustainable livelihoods through increased access to land, food security, diversified income sources, improved health and higher levels of education. Implemented in Kisoro and Kabale districts With CARE international in Uganda.

Water School Project

Sustainable Water Management for People and Nature around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

creating awareness in sustainable water use and management for people and nature in the neighborhood of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park(BINP) in Kanungu district. The project is providing safe drinking water to schools through construction of water boiling facilities.


Population Health Environment

Integrated Community Conservation and Development for a Healthy Population around Bwindi Conservation Area. Population density and growth have an immense impact on conservation and development. There is a critical need for family planning and reproductive health services in Uganda where the fertility rate in rural areas remains high.

Infrastructure Development

Building community needed facilities

Constructing school facilities; water boilers, classrooms, laboratories.
Health centre facilities; maternity wards.
Water harvesting facilities, gravity water flow schemes and more.


Trans-boundary Conservation Programme

Contribute to the conservation of the biodiversity of BINP & MGNP in Uganda and hence the Greater Virunga Landscape by contributing towards increased livelihoods security through promotion of tree planting as an enterprise and provision of alternative sources of energy for communities around Bwindi Mgahinga Conservation Area.


Village Savings and Loan Associations

We use Village Savings and Loan Associations as an entry point for addressing community members and strengthening the impact of our programmes. The aim of these associations is to form group structures of 18-30 members that meet and save a significant amount of money per member. This is done weekly for a period of one year. At the end of every year, they share their savings accordingly.


Welcome to Bwindi Mgahinga Conservation Trust, We operate in three districts only; Kabale, Kanungu & Kisoro.

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