Located in Mweka, Tanzania, and providing technical and professional training
Established in 1963 by College Act. No. 8 of 1964, the College of African Wildlife Management of Mweka provides technical and professional training in African Wildlife and tourism management as well as Consultancy and extension services.
Having as a goal to become a Center of excellence for professional and technical training in addressing the challenges of wildlife sustainability in Africa, the College provides the highest standards of technical training by engaging a global community and undertaking research and consultancies in order to meet the needs of wildlife and tourism management in Africa.
The College is a pioneer institution in the field of wildlife management training and research in Africa and it is also recognized as a Centre of Excellence by the East African Community (EAC) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
It counts over 101 employees, 46 Academic staff and 55 supporting staff.
Its curricula are regularly reviewed to develop new programmes to respond to emerging changes, being competence-based and designed to address the needs of learners, professionals and other stakeholders of wildlife and tourism sectors.
For the CONTAN Project some courses are particularly relevant, as for example Botany, Biological resources inventory and Animal systematics.
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