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Dear valued stakeholders, it is my great pleasure and honour to welcome you to the College of African Wildlife Management, Mweka, the pioneer institution in providing high standards and relevant professional and technical training in Wildlife and Tourism Management in Africa and beyond. The College also, through its competent and experienced staff, conducts research and provides consultancy services relevant in addressing the challenges facing wildlife and tourism sectors and tapping the emerging opportunities.

The history of this College dates back to 1961 during the International Symposium on the Conservation of African Wildlife which was held in Arusha to deliberate on the future of wildlife conservation in the post-colonial era.  Two of the outcomes of this symposium were resolution which urged post-colonial African governments to give a special priority for training in wildlife management and Arusha Manifesto, which among other things, underscored a need for specialist knowledge andtrained manpower as prerequisites for effective conservation of wildlife and wild places. The College was founded on 24June 1963 with 25 students from Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Cameroon and Tanzania.

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Social services and sports

The College has sports facilities for indoor and outdoor games, including a soccer (football) pitch, courts for lawn tennis, squash, basketball and volleyball, table tennis, darts and badminton. It will be important for students to bring sports gear. Students have access to satellite television for educational and entertainment purposes in the evenings and on weekends. Moshi municipality and its neighborhoods are also accessible to the students around the clock for social interactions and sports.

Students Accommodation

Hostels are available to cater for about 334 students on a non shared and shared occupancy basis. Rooms are allocated to students on a first-come first-serve basis. For those who are not accommodated on campus, accommodation could be secured either in Moshi municipality (approximately 14 km from the College) or at Mweka and Sungu villages adjacent to the College. Public transport between Mweka and Moshi is not very reliable but students staying off campus can organize themselves and arrange for transport from Moshi on terms to be decided by a group of students and the owner of the transport facility.

Research and Consultancy

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Library

The library provides professional services to support teaching and learning. It offers a conducive reading environment and resources both print and electronic covering a vast of subjects in wildlife utilization, tour guiding, protected area planning and wildlife management such as biology, nature conservation, zoology, mammalogy, ornithology, Agro-forestry etc. The library has registered to four programs named AGORA, OARE, ARDI and HINARI which connects to more than 300 publishers to provide online resources. The library offers access to more e-rosources through an offline database named TEEAL and further to subscribed e-resources through an International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publication (INASP)

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