Who We Are

AUC is still a Uganda-registered regional Non-government Organization (NGO) whose most of its staff regionally are non-paid staff. However, the voluntary, competent and enthusiastic activities of our members allow AUC to be a true regional player in conservation and scientific innovation. Not only are our members well distributed in over all countries, but their uniqueness relates to the fact that we together speak the language of conservation and development and that we represent different society levels and cultures. Identifying, linking and synergizing among our members and partners is our core focus.


To be a strong union independent non-government organization of excellence with empowered members to conserve Africa.


To undertake high quality conservation communication, promote technological innovation, and share information and relevant resource data on a sustainable way.


To encourage wider understanding of conservation and development through conservation scientists‟ partnerships between members, researchers, professionals and volunteers.


To bring and unit conservationists ranging from environment, culture, among other to respond to the common causes and be able to address local faults through;

  1. Conducting evidence-based research, advocacy to understand public issues,
  2. Broadening and deepening dialogue among members, stakeholders & partners,
  3. Providing the community with appropriate tools for conservation,
  4. Bringing people together to find conservation solutions,
  5. Ensure that we have an impact through making change to happen in the near future,
  6. Bringing people together to find solutions,
  7. Ensuring that we have sufficient impact to develop a sustainable future,
  8. Rapid ecological surveys that lead to proper environmental management plans,
  9. Natural Resource Assessment and Management, Biodiversity Impact Assessment (BIA) to produce comprehensive species action plans, and
  10. Apply contemporary approaches and pedagogies that help to predict scenarios and empower the public with adpative capacity to resonate towards unexpected extreme changes within their environments.