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Okukora N'okuguza Ebintu Omu Iziina Ry'okurinda Engagi™

These Standards for Gorilla FriendlyTM Park Edge Community Products are in Rukiga, a language spoken around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda. It is available in English here (https://pubs.iied.org/G04418/ and Rufumbira (https://pubs.iied.org/G04417/).

Ebyokugyenderaho omu kukora n'okuguza ebintu omu iziina ry'okurinda engagi Second last paragraph: Ebihandiiko ebi ni kimwe aha bintu ebyakozirwe omu mirimo ya local economic development through pro-poor gorilla tourism in Uganda, omu kukwatanisa n'ebigombe International Institute of Environment and Development (IIED) na Institute of Tropi­cal Forest Conservation.

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Gorilla-tracking tourist activities in Uganda's Bwindi national park generate critical revenue for conservation, but local benefits from tourism are limited and the illegal use of the park's resources continues. This project will develop and test new community-based tourism products and services that improve local skills and job opportunities, and the long-term prospects for the park.

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