Isaac Mbusa

Isaac Mbusa is Uganda citizen on an exchange programme with KECOBAT. He is a diploma holder in Wildlife and Allied Natural Resource Management from Uganda Wildlife Training Institute.

Isaac is specialized in areas of Basic Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Utilization, community Tourism, Community Rural Appraisal, Research Monitoring and Documentation, Cultural Resources and Utilization, Computer application and Programming, Conflict and Conflict Resolution, Customer Care and Record Keeping, Basic Tour Guiding and Interpretation.

He has been an accomplished field officer for three years with Uganda Community Tourism Association, (UCOTA) and currently with KECOBAT under the same title or field and designation.

In addition, Isaac is proficient in service delivery and has previously worked with World Wide Fund for Nature, Uganda, assisting in areas of community appraisals, water resource management forums and programs. He was also involved in Mount Rwenzori foot hills community sensitizations and awareness on environmental issues, impacts and effects of encroachment and poaching programs, animal tracking and census on the Chimpanzee project in Kibale National park of Uganda, and climatic change among others.

He is experienced in guiding and interpretation on tourism and cultural activities, Nature guide walks, hikes and climbing, in areas of Botany, Ornithology, Mammology and other related areas. Isaac has participated in creating strong cohesive teamwork, with capacity building and youth empowerment by independently achieving operational directives and targets with save the children and Path finder International in Kasese Uganda.

About KECOBAT

The Kenya Community Based Tourism Network (KECOBAT) network was launched in August 2003 as a membership umbrella organization representing the interest of Community Based Tourism (CBT) organizations in Kenya.

It aims to facilitate information sharing; delivering appropriate technical support and advisory services; mediating and lobbying their interests to government and other relevant institutions and thereby integrating community concerns into national tourism.

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