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“The most frightening thing is that when this project comes into existence, it will be a giant step for indigenous people everywhere, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa,” she said.
The project’s name will reflect the new, international status of the region.
“I was told I was lucky, and that’s what is in my mind. Because this project comes as a positive,” she said.
The African Institute for Development and Environment (IIDA) in Kampala has supported the land-grant for the project, and local officials have signed the contract with the state forestry company which manages the forest.