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OBJECTIVES

  1. To promote conservation of wildlife with emphasis on the great apes throughout the entire home range while addressing all ecosystem issues that sustain co-existence of wildlife, humans, and livestock.

  2. To promote research initiatives at the interface of ecosystem, animal, and human health that address local conservation challenges and emerging diseases.

  3. To promote and form an alliance of interdisciplinary researchers that addresses emerging conservation challenges and emerging global health issues.

  4. To monitor the population of wildlife outside protected areas by addressing genetic flow pattern and human-wildlife conflicts and designing appropriate conservation strategies.

  5. To promote community/employee health approaches within communities in and around protected areas in Africa.

  6. To promote population, health, and environmental concepts towards enhancement of community livelihoods and health with linkages to conservation.

  7. To promote and safeguard the welfare of wildlife and their conservation including those in captive facilities for the benefit of entire public.

CEHA’s program activities for the first five years (2011-2016) are concentrated in the Albertine Rift Ecosystem  extending from Murchison National Park in the North to South of Queen Elizabeth Conservation Area with potential to extend to others conservation areas depending on the resources.

 
     
               
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