Members

It’s gratifying knowing as a member that you are contributing to conserving wildlife and the environment for future generations

The most important component of UWS is its membership family. Membership of the Society is open to all persons who support the mission and objectives of the Society. The Society’s membership family is comprised of individuals and organizations, proud to give something back to the environment. UWS membership family is comprised of the following categories:

Individual: This category admits adult members of the public who are interested in conservation and is sub-divided into categories of individual ordinary and individual donor.

Corporate: This category admits organizations that choose to play a part in conservation, and are sub-divided into corporate ordinary and corporate donor.

  • Environmental Advisors ltd .uk
  • World wide fund for nature
  • Care international
  • Uganda wildlife Authority
  • Chimpanzee and wildlife conservation sanctuary
  • G& C Tours
  • Kakira sugar works
  • Hon Maria L. Mutagamba

Student: This category admits students of especially higher institutions of learning who are interested in wildlife and environment conservation.

CATEGORY ANNUAL FEE
EAST AFRICA (UGX)

REST OF AFRICA

OUTSIDE AFRICA

Individual Ordinary 20,000 $20,   £11,  €14 $70,   £37,   €50
Individual Donor 150,000 $100, £53,  €71 $150, £80,   €106
Corporate Ordinary 200,000 $150, £80,  €106 $200, £106, €142
Corporate Donor 500,000 $350, £186, €248 $400, £212, €284
Student 5000 N/A N/A

Benefits

  1. A membership card.
  2. A UWS sticker.
  3. Free UWS publications (Individual Donor and Corporate Donor categories only)
  4. Free access to the UWS Library; Members are also entitled to use the Society’s library. There are reference books and videos available for hire from the library.
  5. A quarterly newsletter; the society has a monthly newsletter, sent out on email, to keep you informed about conservation issues.
  6. Personal invitations to regular UWS public debates and discussions;UWS holds monthly talks on the first Thursday of every month. These talks are a focus on topical environment issues and noteworthy speakers in conservation are invited to lead such discussions. Currently the talks are held at the Uganda Museum and Makerere University Department of Food Science and Technology Conference Hall. The purpose of the talks is to openly discuss issues affecting conservation in Uganda and involve members in these discussions. They are open to all.
  7. Free invitations to UWS high-level policy dialogues and breakfast meetings with Members of Parliament (Individual Donor and Corporate Donor categories only).
  8. Invitation to field excursions
  9. The satisfaction that they are contributing to wildlife and environment conservation.
  10. Information on up coming events,
    Posting on Organisation / institutional log to our website,
    Free educational materials like charts, posters

NOTE: To become an exclusive member of UWS please fill out the registration form

How to become a member or update your membership

Are you interested in wildlife and environment conservation and therefore want to support UWS mission? Please fill in this electronic form…………….Contact us