Wildlife Conservation Fellowship Program

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Under the MENTOR Program, fellowships are available to assist individuals to pursue academic studies at the College of African Wildlife Management in order to earn a Post-Graduate Diploma and to obtain one-on-one guidance from field based Mentors (role models/ advisors) whom they will work with to conduct bushmeat assessments and implement projects.

The program is an 18 month commitment, full-time.

The Fellows will develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, and practices to mitigate the illegal bushmeat exploitation in East Africa by focusing on various components of the bushmeat trade including:

  • Applied bushmeat research and monitoring,
  • Law enforcement,
  • Legislation and policy,
  • Alternative livelihood interventions,
  • Wildlife-human health interactions, and
  • Education and constituency building.

    Eligibility requirements:

    Fellowship candidates must have at least three years of conservation experience, a bachelor's degree, leadership potential, and a commitment to wildlife conservation.

    Citizens of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda are eligible to apply.

    Deadline: October 31

    For more information, please contact:

    Nancy Gelman
    Africa Biodiversity Collaborative Group
    1250 24th Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20037 USA
    Phone: +1-202-778-9736;
    Fax: +1-202-331-2391
    Email: mentor.fellowshipprogram [at] wwfus.org

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