Karenga Community Wildlife Management Area
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|Karenga Community Wildlife Management Area|
|Area||956 km2 (369 sq mi)|
|Biome||East Sudanian Savanna|
The Karenga Community Wildlife Management Area (KCWMA) is a conservation area in north-eastern Uganda.
The KCWMA is in the Northern Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets ecosystem, part of the Kidepo critical landscape.
Among the challenges in the KCWMA are wildlife poaching, lack of adequate infrastructure for eco-tourists, and unsustainable use of natural resources, such as charcoal manufacturing.
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