Mubaku Community Conservation Organization (MUCCO) is not for profit-making Community Based Organization.
It was started in 2013 by a group of talented and creative young, old men and women to entertain tourists who come to Murchison Falls National Park and in 2014 it was incorporated in Ngwedo Sub County, Buliisa district with registration number MIA/NB/2017/11/269. By 2015, it attracted a great number of local community populations and stakeholders to empower it for the growth of the area.
Mubaku Community Conservation Organization is located in northwest Uganda, this village lies across Lake Albert from the Democratic Republic of Congo, virtually in the heart of central Africa and bordering Murchison Falls National Park to the southern bank of the River Nile. MUCCO consists of different cultural groups like Alur, Bagungu, Banyoro, and Acholi for the purpose of keeping youth busy in the areas to collect resources for development rather than encroaching into the National Park for self-interest.
The positive results of MUCCO activities are expected to create conservation, educational, cultural, social, and economic benefits to bridge and prevent the drastic increase in HIV/AIDS, poverty, and school dropout in Buliisa District. Lets embrace our hand together such that we can bring change in conserving the southern part of Murchison Falls National Park.
You can as well take a Wildlife tour or Gorilla safari in Uganda, Rwanda, and Tanzania with Pamoja Safaris or Wild Experience Africa still will be one way of giving back to the local community in Uganda.
To impact economic and social transformation through education and environment conservation initiatives to all communities of all our targeted direct and indirect beneficiaries by the use of both natural resources, locally and improved livelihood skills, and a variety of other efficient methods of conservation.
Addressing social, economic, and development needs through environmental conservation and management initiatives of care, support, compassion, education, development of livelihood skills, sharing, and services.