• Research

    CSWCT has established a chimp monitoring system that is implemented by trained personnel from the local communities. This is being done in 5 sub-counties in Hoima and Masindi districts. The purpose is to understand chimp distribution and chimp movement in private forests and relate it with any proposed plan for

  • Training

    CSWCT organizes teachers’ workshops in Hoima district to train teachers on practical ways of incorporating environmental education into the curriculum. Workshops mainly focus on schools near chimpanzee habitats but are motivated to reach even those that are far off. We achieve this through formation of environmental conservation groups such as

  • Community Development

    These are important as alternative sources of income for forest owners and women. They include; beekeeping, handcraft making, poultry and piggery, as well as establishment, training and exposure of frontline forest communities in vegetable growing and tree nursery establishment and management. So far 2,600 local people have directly benefited from