Impact of human population on wildlife conservation in Uganda. a case study of queen Elizabeth national park.

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Kampala international international: College of Economics and Management
This study set out to determine the impact of human population on wildlife conservation in Uganda. The study was based on three specific objectives: (i) to identify wildlife populations living in protected areas in Uganda. (H) to assess the impact of the people and their activities towards sustainable conservation of wildlife in protected areas in Uganda. (iii) to investigate the impact of human population on wildlife conservation in Queen Elizabeth National Park... It was based on descriptive correlation survey design. SAQ were used to collect primary data from 82 out of 95 respondents. Using simple random sampling. Data analysis was done using SP’SS’s frequencies and percentage means. The findings showed that majority of the respondents were male, with educational background age range of 20 60 years. a few were single; holders of Master s degree and above, Finally the report looks at the study results and gives discussion of each findings. Therefore, here, data analysis, procedures and response rate are focused on. Then the findings conclusions and recommendations are presented. The report also shows the work plan for the whole research, the budget as distributed right from the topic inception up to research presentation, the questionnaire and finally the observation guide.
A research submitted to the faculty of business and management in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of bachelor’s degree of tourism and hospitality management of Kampala international university.
Hotel management and tourism, Human population, Wildlife conservation, Queen Elizabeth national park., Uganda