ANNOUNCING DEATH OF PROFESSOR ELDAD TUKAHIRWA – FORMER CHAIRPERSON UWS
UGANDA WILDLIFE SOCIETY
Plot 39 Babiiha Avenue, Kololo • P.O. Box 7422, Kampala, Uganda
Tel: 256-41-530891 • Fax: 256-41-530264 • E-mail: email@example.com
December 11, 3016
Dear members, Partners, Stakeholders and the general public
RE: Informing you about death of our former chairperson, Professor Eldad Tukahirwa
As Uganda Wildlife Executive Committee, Management and Staff, on our own and on behalf of members, our hearts are heavy today as we inform you of the death of our two times (2010-2016) Chairperson and, current board member Professor Eldad Tukahirwa.
There is a vigil taking place at his Naguru Home today (December 11, 2016). There will be a service at All Saints Church in Nakasero from 9:00 am tomorrow (December 12, 2016). Thereafter the body will leave for Dr. Tukahirwa’s ancestral home in Kabale where a vigil will be held overnight and on Tuesday a final church service will be held before burial at 12:00 PM. For condolences and any more information you may need about the arrangements please contact Dr. Tukahirwa’s family member on Tel: +256-772-786816.
You mentored and built for the future. You gave our generation excellent service. You rest assured you secured our future and your legacy will go on living. We wish you peaceful rest, May the Good Lord take care of you.
We love you, we always will, Fare thee well Professor Eldad Tukahirwa
Dr. Nyadoi Priscilla
Uganda Wildlife Society
Plot 39 Babiiha Avenue, Kololo, Kampala
P.O.Box 7422, Kampala, Uganda
Invitation to a Policy dialogue – Addressing Demand and Conservation Challenges in Uganda’s Energy Sector; what is Government, Academia, Civil Society/Private Sector doing?
November 21, 2015
The Academia, Students, UWS Members and the General Public/Stakeholders
Re: Invitation to a Policy dialogue – Addressing Demand and Conservation Challenges in Uganda’s Energy Sector; what is Government, Academia, Civil Society/Private Sector doing?
Addressing Energy demand and existing conservation challenges remain part of the most critical factors Uganda must as a matter of priority tackle in order to reach her vision 2040 of a ‘‘Transformed Ugandan Society from a Peasant to a Modern and Prosperous Country within 30 Years’’. This challenge requires action from all stakeholders and every Ugandan.
Considering the challenge and towards her vision, Wildlife and Humans Living in Harmony and, within her mandate of promoting sustainable natural resource use and management through policy dialogues, advocacy, research and, community initiatives demonstrating linkages between conservation and people’s livelihoods, Uganda Wildlife Society (UWS) in collaboration with Makerere University’s Colleges of, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES), Natural Sciences (CONAS) and, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (MEMD) is convening a policy dialogue on Tuesday 24th November 2015 themed, Addressing demand and conservation challenges in Uganda’s Energy Sector; What is Government, Academia, Civil Society and Private Sector doing currently?
The above dialogue aimed at stimulating interaction and debate amongst the Energy sector stakeholders and providing information for a report on what they are doing currently to address the themed challenge will also, enable University students offering related courses interact and hear from the practitioners about current issues in the field. Experts from Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development (representative of Permanent Secretary), Academia (Principal of CONAS or his representative) and Civil Society/ Private Sector (representative of World Wild Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) will give technical presentations precursor to general dialogue/debate.
The purpose of this communication therefore is to invite you and in particular request that you participate in the public dialogue scheduled to take place at Makerere University’s College of Engineering Design Art and Technology (CEDAT) Conference Hall, Starting at 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm, on Tuesday 24th November 2015. For reference find the detailed programme in page 2. The Society thanks you for your continued support and engagement in her activities.
Dr Nyadoi Priscilla Executive Secretary
Dr Nyadoi Priscilla, Executive Secretary UWS
C.C: Professor Joseph Obua, Chairperson UWS
C.C: Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development
C.C: Principal, College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, Makerere University
C.C: Principal, College of Natural Sciences, Makerere University
C.C: Head of Department, Agricultural Production, Makerere University
C.C: Executive Director, World Wide Fund for Nature
C.C: Dr. Chris Bakuneeta, College of Natural Sciences, Makerere University
C.C: Mr. Dozith Abeinomugisha, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development
C.C: Dr. Isaiah Owiunji, World Wide Fund for Nature
C.C: Mr. Robert D. Ddamulira, World Wide Fund for Nature
C.C: Staff and students of Land Use Management, CAES