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This is among the Best site that i have viewed
Bravo and keep it up.
Hullo Ivan I am already on the site
What you’re doing is good to keep our nature!!
Thank you Fred for Visiting us Please you can as well come and Visit us in EBB
Thank u for all good work u do.
Thank you Fred,We looking forward seeing you hear with your school.Blessings
Kudos for all the good work your organisation is doing. Do let me know how a collaboration could be worked out between Tata Steel Zoological Park(www.tatazoo.com) and the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre
Thank you for reaching us Bipul. I checked your site as well and I would like to extend the same gratitude for your contribution towards biodiversity conservation. I will get back to you with details on how we can partner.
thank you for availing us with the necessary information about wildlife in Uganda.
Uganda! The most beautiful place i had ever heard about. well-done. blessings. i have a friend in Kampala her name is Nansubuga Rita
I visited the zoo in 2008 with my school n it was awsome..now i’m plannin a tour bak there with a school club.so where do i begin from n what r the charges per student?..your reply wil b highly appreciated thank you!
I once booked for my school on phone and your response was good.Thanx for the customer care and keep it up.
i have always found the zoo the most interesting place for me and i always come whenever i fell like because of the hospitality at the center please i appreciate. keep it up.
Ivan this is good work (Deserve employ of the year award)
I like this site because it shows the out side world what Uganda has to offer to them but one thing I request ,please always update it with new developments.Say sights and scenes of Uganda.Because when some of us travel to outside countries you may not have a documentary to show but can direct people to this site and see what is in our country and yet right now as I see,it is not all that attractive.Thanks.
whats more other than appreciating your team work.thx n keep updating with new things.
I appreciate what am seeing through the website and thanks for educating us.otherwise kindly inquiring as to why NO elephants are kept in UWEC??.
We have the Elephant but it is still younger not yet for ready for public,but if you happen to come over from Friday to Sunday
you will be able to see it,You are always welcome!!
Thank you for the good work,lam a tourism student,MUK, we shall be with you this Sunday and next Sunday as well.thank u.Nice time.
i thank for the whatever u are doing.really u have good hispitality towards visitors.one time we came there as agroup kampala university and we were treated so well.i would like to work with you after my studies.am doing tourism from ku third year second semester.i wsh you the best.
am from kampala unversity a student of tourism.i would like to work with you after my studies. nice time.
It will always be our pleasure!
I do consider all the concepts you’ve presented for your post. They are really convincing and can definitely work. Still, the posts are very brief for starters. May just you please extend them a bit from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.
Wonderful Web-site, Stick to the great job.
Thank you so much for conserving for the future generation. I am very much proud that even our grand-grand children will be able to have a chance to visit this place and see these animals.
I am a professional Environmentalist who is working tirelessly to conserve our environment in Northern Uganda. Thank you for the great work your doing to conserve nature for the future generation. I enjoyed your recent exhibition in Gulu.
I last visited UWEC in 2000 and am planning to visit you again on the 30th/03/2013. Can you please give me the details (procedures, charges, etc). Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you Henry,
Please refer to this page you will able to get all the details you may need.
Looking forward to see here.
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