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Raymond Katebaka
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Raymond Katebaka replied to Bwesigye Don Binyina's discussion 'Lack of a legalframework for Oil & Gas undermining the Industry.'
"Don please come to my office at Makerere University I can get you a copy call my mobile +256782 909816/+256700297045.   But also to add my comment I think having watched the a crude wakening for the last 3 years every day I go back to it there…"
Sep 1, 2011
Raymond Katebaka updated their profile photo
Jul 1, 2011
Raymond Katebaka left a comment for Ahmed Finoh
"Many thanks Finoh for your concern about does any one out there get passionate? Yes there are groups and individuals actually who even need to be rewarded for their contributions. AUC has come in place to address these concerns of course with your…"
Jul 1, 2011
Ahmed Finoh left a comment for Raymond Katebaka
"Raymond, welcome on board. The sahara desert is creeping down on the rest of Africa at a speed of, according to external experts, 3 miles per year. Are there Africans who are REALLY passionate about environmental conservation? When I travel across…"
Jul 1, 2011
Raymond Katebaka is now a member of GOXI
Jun 30, 2011

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Organisation (if non, specify N/A)
African Union of Conservationists (AUC)
Type of Organisation
Civil Society Organisation
Website
http://www.afruc.org
Job Title
General Secretary
About My Work
African Union of Conservationists (AUC) has a plan for biodiversity conservation interventions in the rapidly growing mining industrial development in the areas of Albertine Rift. It is being proactive in addressing of what can go terribly wrong when environmental protection safeguards are ignored in the production of mining industries in Uganda. This will contribute to ensuring that the Albertine region avoids the negative experiences.

We are a pan African conservation and advocacy organization established to be the biggest Union of Conservationists to champion conservation mainly focused on development integration and their effects to Africa with a special emphasis currently on information sharing and research on ecosystems of African region. AUC was born of the desire to contribute to the surprising sadden growing drastic rapid environmental changes by bringing in actual experiences from African governments, ministries, institutions, departments academics and researchers through researching and documenting the effects potential or actual of development challenges in Africa. It is an independent nongovernment organization and mandated to work and promote contemporary conservation activities, facilitate joint work with local NGOs, CBOs, CSOs, local authorities, governments among its members.
Areas of interest
gold, diamonds, oil and natural gas, environment, human rights, redistribution and sustainable development
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At 8:24 on July 1, 2011, Ahmed Finoh said…

Raymond, welcome on board.

The sahara desert is creeping down on the rest of Africa at a speed of, according to external experts, 3 miles per year.

Are there Africans who are REALLY passionate about environmental conservation?

When I travel across Africa I see a lot of exposed terrains without vegetative covers, even in the cities and I wonder if anyone cares about the soil losses due to erosion from these barren terrains and the chain adverse consequencies on the fishes and other bio-organisms when the sediments from these exposed terrains reach rivers and other water bodies.

Raymond, I wish you success in your noble endeavor.

 

Eng. Ahmed Finoh, MPA

Durham, NC/USA

 
 
 

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