Sandra Ayiorwoth

GIS and Information Management Officer, Uganda Conservation Foundation

About Sandra Ayiorwoth

I am Sandra, a Conservation Technologist experienced in the use of GIS technologies like QGIS, EarthRanger software, Google Earth Pro in the collection, manipulation and delivery of geographic data to enable evidence-based decision-making in wildlife and habitat monitoring in the Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth and Kidepo Valley National parks in Uganda as well as MS Project. My love for wildlife conservation and habitat management as well as travelling new places leads me to appreciate our surroundings and the need to protect them.

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Charity/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

Areas of expertise

Information technology Law Enforcement & Prosecution Project/programme management

Would you be willing to be approached and share your lessons learned in your area(s) of expertise with our community?


Would you like to be added to the calendar invitation for our monthly WildHub Socials?


Influencer Of

Recent Discussions

Recent Comments

Jul 09, 2024
Replying to Thirza Loffeld

A warm welcome to WildHub Tsakala! Wonderful to have you join us and thank you for sharing about your interests. I would recommend subscribing to our 'Training opportunities' room by clicking on the 'watch' button there. 

Also, have you already met our WildHub members @Lucy Tallents (e.g. for GIS training) and @Debra Saunders (e.g. for drone piloting)? 

I would also like to introduce you to our Conservation Catalyst @Fai Collins Ndi who can help you share your lessons learned with our community, if you like. 

Hope these connections will help you reach your goal of strengthening your team further!

I'd recommend a member Gilbert Drileyo for SMART  conservation Software. He's a hands-on expert in it. Hope this will be helpful.

Jan 09, 2024
Replying to Grace Alawa

Hi Sandra, good to have you join us. A warm WildHub welcome to you, cheers

Thankyou Grace

Dec 15, 2023
Replying to Chrissy

Hi Sandra! Welcome to the Wildhub community. Uganda is so beautiful. Is the biodiversity across Murchison Falls, Queen Elizabeth, and Kidepo Valley Conservation Areas distinct from one another, or would you say it is generally similar?

Oh, yes. Thankyou. The biodiversity across the three parks is quite distinct with Murchison Falls NP being home to more mammal species, Queen Elizabeth- more bird species and Kidepo Valley NP ranking among Africa's finest wildernesses. The similarity with all is they're open savannah grasslands with a variety of carnivores, herbivores and critically endangered species which are on IUCN's red list of threatened species.


  • Telephone

Online Elsewhere