The study on the "Impact of Population Growth on the Management of Wetlands" was
carried out in Katabu Zone in Kansanga with specific aims of; finding out the importance
of wetlands, how wetlands are managed, challenges experienced in the management of
wetlands and the determining possible intervention measures that can be adopted in to
improve the management of wetlands. A review of related literature was carried out on
already existing information on the specific aims of this paper as a way of
comprehending the problem and enriching and supplements the study findings. The study
relied on a qualitative research design under which questionnaires were administered and
interviews were conducted with community members, Environmentalists and local
It was established that, wetlands were important because they provide medicine and food,
generate employment, regulate climate, filter and purify water, maintain soil fertility, and
provide water catchments. The mechanisms for wetland management were repo1ied to
include law enforcement, seepage and indigenous knowledge the management authority
experienced challenges such as flooding, land degeneration, extinction of resources,
technological effects, blocking of passages and weakening of the catchments areas
however, solutions including inclusive policies, sustainable urbanization, generating
employment opportunities, research, family planning and stricter laws were suggested.
This paper concludes that, Despite the usefulness of wetlands to the communities and
countries, management authority will continue to experience challenges in trying to
control the impact of the mankind on the wetlands if revision of the existing policy is
done and generation of more employment opportunities among others.
The st4dy recommends; Provision of appropriate education, capacity building,
sustainable development, research, incorporating know how and skills and sensitizing the
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Frontiers, Edu and , ADOKORACHIRENE . "The impact of population growth on wetland management-A case study of ka tabu zone, kansanga parish, makindye division." Afribary (2021). Accessed May 28, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/the-impact-of-population-growth-on-wetland-management-a-case-study-of-ka-tabu-zone-kansanga-parish-makindye-division