CTPH achieves biodiversity conservation by enabling people, wildlife and livestock to coexist through improving their quality of life in and around Africa's protected areas
Great news, CTPH was featured on CNN last year!
You can watch the interview on CNN African Voices in a 3 part series:
Trailblazing vet protects gorillas – Part 1
Healthy gorillas, healthy communities – Part 2
Ecotourism protects mountain gorillas – Part 3
CTPH work has been featured in Ndege news-The official Air Kenya Express, Regional Air Services and AeroLink Uganda Inflight Magazine.
CTPH Founder and CEO Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka educating the community on conservation and public health: Photo by Charles Capel
Mountain gorillas are critically endangered. 400 of the estimated 880 individuals are found in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, while the remainder are situated in the Virungas. Thanks to effective conservation efforts, the numbers of gorillas are steadily increasing.