Date

6th - 8th December 2023

Location

Kampala - Uganda

Reserves

200 Slots

Speakers

5 Professional Speakers

About the conference

The International Conference for Women Birders (IC4WB) gives us time to recognize the women’s participation in tourism particularly nature and bird guiding, appreciate the efforts of women from around the world who have been engaging nature through birds and bird watching.

This was one of the reasons that led to the development of the International Conference for Women Birders to bring together people with common interests and discuss ideas and issues relating to creating equal opportunities for women birders across the globe.

Register

All participants attending the conference personally have to register via the Online Registration Form. Please click on the button below to access the form.

CONFERENCE FEES

  • 1 day attendance – $70 (+Lunch)

  • 2 days attendance – $140 (+Lunch)

  • 3 days attendance – $200 (+Lunch)

  • Additional ticket for final dinner – $50

Conference with Accommodation

Budget

$680

  • Transfers
  • Accommodation *
  • All Meals
  • Conference

 

Per person, 4 Nights

Mid-Range

$850

  • Transfers
  • Accommodation ***
  • All Meals
  • Conference

 

Per person, 4 Nights

Luxury

$1280

  • Transfers
  • Accommodation ****
  • All Meals
  • Conference

 

Per person, 4 Nights

Conference Speakers

Megan Crewe

Dr. Tonia Cochran

Judith Mirembe

Washington Wachira

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Being a woman birder in 2022

Conference FAQS

The conference is scheduled to take place on the 6th-8th of December 2023. Visitors are encouraged to be in Uganda by the night of the 5th Dec. For those who will partake in Pre-conference tours will arrive on dates communicated to you by our team, depending on the number of days of your tour, but also will be expected to be in Kampala by the night of the 5th Dec.
The conference will be held in Kampala, Uganda at the Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo, a 5-star hotel. Click here to view details of the hotel. Delegates will be encouraged to book rooms at the hotel as we will have Special Conference discounts negotiated for you. However, for those who prefer other hotels, we will offer partner options where you can choose to stay according to your budget. Options range from 3-star to 5-star.
To travel to Uganda, you will require a valid passport with at least 6 months of validity. Visas are required to enter Uganda except for these countries. You can apply for a visa online here or get one at the airport as you enter the country. The cost of a single-entry visa is USD 50.
  1. Fully vaccinated delegates will be required to show proof of vaccination.
  2. If you are not vaccinated, you will need to have a negative PCR test done within 72 hours before entering the country.
  3. The hotels we are partnering with have put all safety measures to prevent the already low risk of Covid -19 in accordance with the protocols of the Ministry of Health.
  4. All staff have been fully vaccinated.
Yes, we have arranged an array of pre-conference and post-conference tours that visitors can partake in. Uganda has been described as the ‘Pearl of Africa’ and was regarded as the most beautiful and potentially the richest country in East Africa. From the source of the White Nile on the huge papyrus-fringed Lake Victoria to the snow-capped Rwenzori Range, the luxuriant montane forests of the Virunga volcanoes, harboring some of the last remaining Mountain Gorillas, to the extensive Savannah around the awe-inspiring Murchison Falls, Uganda is an equatorial country of substantial contrasts and variety. No other area in Africa can match its amazing diversity of habitats and this richness is reflected in its incredible bird list of over 1085 species. Amongst these are many highly sought-after birds, such as the unique Shoebill and numerous spectacular endemics of the Albertine Rift Valley, that are currently impossible to find anywhere else. This huge list of birds and wildlife, is all the more remarkable given the small size of the country (approximately equal to Great Britain or the state of Oregon), making it probably the richest African birding destination. Click here to view the tours.

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