Dr. James Watuwa boasts a notable six-year track record in the care and management of diverse species, especially Wild Animels, spiders, tarantulas and more. He has demonstrated extensive proficiency in clinical practices, breeding, and nutrition. His dedication to animal welfare stands out, ensuring their well-being.
Holding a Bachelor’s degree and a range of certificates in conservation and related fields, Dr. Watuwa has lent his expertise to esteemed organizations. These include the Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre (UWEC), the USA’s White Oak Conservation Area, and the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA).
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Bachelor of Science – BS, Veterinary Medicine
Tropical Biology Association:
Master’s degree, Designing Impact Based Conservation Projects And Grant Writing
Grade: Class A
Uganda Management Institute:
Postgraduate Degree, Project Planning & ManagementPostgraduate Degree, Project Planning & Management
Dec 2020 – Nov 2022
Postgraduate Degree, Environmental Impact Assessment, PGDEIAPostgraduate Degree, Environmental Impact Assessment, PGDEIA
Aug 2021 – Aug 2022
Ugandan wildlife Veterinarian Dr. Watuwa James named a 2022 Finalist for the first inaugural Wolfgang Kiessling international prize for species conservation.
Young Environmemtal Ambassodor AwardYoung Environmemtal Ambassodor Award Issued by BESTSELLER Foundation · Jan 2022
|Funding and delivering the routine testing of management interventions to improve conservation effectiveness P Tinsley-Marshall, H Downey, G Adum, N Al-Fulaij, NAD Bourn, … Journal for Nature Conservation 67, 126184||4||2022|
|A retrospective study on the immobilisation of captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) at UWEC, Uganda J Watuwa, R Mbabazi, C Sente, J Musinguzi, L Laubscher Veterinary Record Case Reports, e602||2023|
|Seromonitoring of brucellosis in goats and sheep slaughtered at an abattoir in Kampala, Uganda S Kakooza, J Watuwa, PA Ipola, DFN Munyiirwa, E Kayaga, E Nabatta, … Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 34 (6), 964-967||2022|