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Reports & Publications

The sustained support of our funders allows us to address both ongoing projects and new opportunities. We are grateful to their generosity and dedication to our mission, and for the trust they place in us to use the financial support they provide wisely and efficiently. It is our unwavering commitment to manage our funding to deliver programmatic results in the most impactful way, while upholding the highest standards of financial accountability.
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We instill the importance of conservation by teaching children about Uganda's unique wildlife and helping communities discover more sustainable ways of living.

PUBLICATIONS


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Hartel JA, Otali E, Machanda Z, Wrangham RW, Ross and Ross E. 2020. Holistic approach for conservation of chimpanzees in Kibale National Park, Uganda. In: Hopper LM and Ross SR (editors), Chimpanzees in Context: A Comparative Perspective on Chimpanzee Behavior, Cognition, Conservation, and Welfare, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 612-643. PDF 

Otali E and Ross E. 2020. Kasiisi Forest Schools' Program: Kasiisi Project Elephant Conservation. Journal of the Elephant Managers Association 31: 86-88PDF
 
Leeds A, Lukas KE, Kendall CJ, Slavin MA, Ross EA, Robbins MM, van Weeghel D, and Bergl RA. 2017. Evaluating the effect of a year-long film focused environmental education program on Ugandan student knowledge of and attitudes toward great apes. American Journal of Primatology 79:e22673. PDF

Otali E, Hartel JA, Machanda Z, Wrangham RW and Ross EA. 2016. Holistic approach for conservation of chimpanzees in Kibale National Park, Uganda. PeerJ. Preprints 4:e1894v1 https://doi.org/10.7287/peerj.preprints.1894v1

Ross, E. 2013. The role of small NGOs: Building quality international education. Harvard International Review 35: 40-44. PDF

​Wrangham RW and Ross E, editors. 2008. Science and Conservation in African Forests: The Benefits of Long-term Research. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 280pp. Link

​Kasenene JM and Ross E. 2008. Community benefits from long-term research programs: a case-study from Kibale National Park. In: Wrangham RW and Ross E (editors), Science and Conservation in African Forests: The Benefits of Longterm Research. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. p 63-74.

Wrangham RW and Ross E. 2008. Long-term research and conservation: the way forward. In: Wrangham RW, and Ross E, editors. Science and Conservation in African Forests: The Benefits of Longterm Research. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. p 242-245.

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The Kasiisi Project is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions to the Kasiisi Project are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. The Kasiisi Project's tax identification number is 54-2195079.
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