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Community Development

Uganda Wildlife Safaris Ltd operates its wildlife management concessions under a revenue sharing scheme which benefits
all stakeholders involved. The following income was generated by Uganda Wildlife Safaris Ltd. for its stakeholders:

  Landowners District Wildlife Associations District Local Governments Uganda Wildlife Authority Total Income for Stakeholders
2009 in US$ 1,172.00 3,325.00 2,910.00 8,832.00 16,239.00
2010 in US$ 15,925.00 16,012.00 11,421.00 12,272.00 55,630.00
2011 in US$ 16,072.00 25,265.00 5,470.00 8,585.00 55,392.00
2012 in US$ 7,965.00 17,160.00 2,105.00 8,864.00 36,094.00
2013 in US$ 30,257.00 41,895.00 7,655.00 34,918.00 114,725.00
2014 in US$ 40,260.00 55,090.00 9,750.00 45,758.00 150,858.00
2015 in US$ 50,450.00 56,525.00 13,560.00 65,490.00 186,025.00
2016 in US$ 39,246.50 61,393.00 9,049.00 53,888.50 163,577.00
2017 in US$ 36,960.00 55,763.00 8,909.00 60,368.00 162,000.00
2018 in US$ 37,549.00 61,750.00 9,475.00 71,918.00 180,692.00
2019 in US$ 44,916.00 58,792.00 27,682.00 108,254.00 239,644.00
2020 in US$ 12,066.00 16,077.00 16,522.00 47,805.00 92,470.00

Total: 1,453,346.50 US$

In response to the current global COVID-19 outbreak, we have developed the following guidelines for the operation of all our camps, lodges, and safari services in Uganda. These protocols are in line with guidelines communicated by the Uganda Ministry of Health and are aligned to protocols and advice from the World Health Organization.

Due to the fluid situation on the ground in Uganda the entry requirements may be subject to change with very little notice and we therefore recommend you contact our operations department team and agents for any further updates required.

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