The Jungle Journal is an independent travel, culture and environment magazine that celebrates diversity, introducing you to many parts of the world. Between the pages of this magazine you can expand your knowledge on global problems through the lived experiences of ordinary people around the world.
It is also a space dedicated to education and awareness where we always try to keep a human and personal touch.
By sharing the stories and conversations of the people we meet abroad, we aim to celebrate the ancient wisdoms, life and traditions of many cultures.
The second issue of The Jungle Journal is devoted to East Africa and takes you on a journey to countries like Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania.
Among its contents we find: an important message from a Masai chief; a women-led organization empowering local women in Bwindi Forest; we will learn more about the South Asian diaspora in this region through a special interview; we will analyze the impact of drought on local populations and investigate the controversy over the conservation of an endangered species: the mountain gorilla.
Number of pages: 11