Wildlife Clubs have Been Emphasized in Schools – Uganda Safari News.
The tourism sector is the major sector in Uganda and the foreign exchange earner. The sector therefore has to be developed by all people so as to boost it and in return develop the country.
There are a lot of tourist attractions such as gorillas, chimpanzees, and many others in the National park, Craft, culture, traditional, River Nile and so many others which have attracted safaris to Uganda.
Everyone is therefore advised to work hard so as to develop the sector. The schools through the wildlife clubs have also been urged to develop the sector.
There are very many schools which have participated in the system s as to see the sector developing.
The sector is a source of employment opportunities since it leads to economic growth through the revenues collected.
This helps to fight poverty since many people are employed and therefore earn a living. This also helps to develop the country as well and makes Uganda a tourist destination hence promoting more safari visits.
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