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Prof. Mary K. Walingo, Ph.D

Welcome to Maasai Mara University. The vision we hold as a University is to be a World Class University committed to academic excellence for development. Our Mission is to provide Quality University education through innovative teaching, research and consultancy services for development. We offer high-quality, branded graduands whose image is recognizable among consumers in the corporate world by creating a sense of confidence among consumers who send the daughters and sons here. Read More



Joy Rocks Maasai Mara University as MOU on the construction of the African Botanical Joint Research Laboratory is Signed.

Delight rocks entirety of Maasai Mara University after successful signing of a long-awaited Memorandum of Agreement on Collaboration in the African Botanical Joint Research Laboratory within the institution’s environs. The MOU is set to spearhead the construction of a factory that will process herbal products, cosmetics, nutraceuticals, nutrition etc. Read More

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An overview of the club


Maasai Mara University Wildlife and Environmental Club (MMARAUWEC) is a club established under the Maasai Mara University rules and regulations governing students conduct and formation of clubs and societies to realize the objectives of the institutions. It was officially established on the 21st October, 2013 as a successor of the former Narok University Collage Wildlife and environmental Club (NUWEC) which was established in 2009.The club is also registered under the Wildlife Clubs of Kenya (WCK). The core mandate of this club since its establishment has being to sensitize the members of the public on the importance of conservation to the wildlife and the environment at large.


We conserve and sustain.


To conserve the environment for posterity.


To be a leading association in championing campaigns towards sustainable environmental and wildlife conservation.


There was need for environmental conservation and unity of the people towards such an activity in the community and campus as well. It is necessary for students with the passion to conserve our environment and other natural resources around such as the Mau water catchment, the Maasai Mara national reserve to realize the full utilization and exploitation of their talents, and since there was no such a club in the entire university, it was resolved that the club be established.

Aims and objectives

  1. To conserve and sustain our environment for a better tomorrow.
  2. To educate the entire community of the importance of conserving our environment.
  • To encourage and participate in tree planting programs as a way of restoring the overexploited forest covers, such as Maasai Mau Forest.
  1. To advocate for a greener Narok, greener Kenya and a greener Africa.
  2. To empower the youths as a tool for environmental conservation and to market tourism.
  3. To educate students, community and entire nation of the role played by aclean environment. Through annual seminars conferences and workshops.
  • To encourage community to appreciate the environment available to them.
  • To help people understand the relationship between the economy of the country and the environment.
  1. To educate the youths about the dangers associated with misusing the environment and other natural resources available to them.


The club is formed by students and the staffs of Maasai Mara University in liaison to other stakeholders who are not students or employees of the campus.


The clubs officials are elected by members democratically by use of a secret ballot and the candidate who gunners the simple majority is declared a winner.

The official body comprises of an executive committee and the committee which consists of members who are appointed to head the group units.

 The executive office bearers are:

  1. Chairperson
  2. Secretary
  3. Treasurer
  4. Project coordinator
  5. Organizing secretary
  6. Editor
  7. Vice secretary
  8. Vice chair
  9. Deputy organizing secretary

The committee members comprise of;

  • First year representative
  • Second year representative
  • Third year representative
  • Fourth year representative

Club Patron: Prof. Rumulus Abila

Former chairpersons  

  1. 2010 – 2011 Kimutai K. Thomas
  2. 2011 – 2012 Peter kipngetich
  3. 2012 – 2013 Morris Kings Mbae
  4. 2013 – 2014 Stephen Mutunga
  5. 2014 – 2015 James Mutembei
  6. 2015 – 2015 Stephen Kimanzi
  7. Sept, 2015 –Jan 2016 Antony Kithinji
  8. Jan, 2016 –Dec, 2017 Daniel Waiguru
  9. Jan 2017 to Date Silas Isabwa

Sources of finance

The main source of finance for the club is the registration and subscription fee from the members. Donations are warmly accepted as an alternative source of income.


The club has recorded great achievements in its struggle for conserving and sustaining the environment. Below is brief record of past achievements.

  1. Trips
    • 30th January, 2011 – Kisumu Trip
    • 10th-11th April, 2011 – Nakuru National Park.
    • 6th February, 2012 – Mt Kenya National Park
    • 7th July, 2012 – Maasai Mara National Reserve Trip
    • 12th -13th July, 2013 – Kisumu Trip
    • 2nd November,2013 – Longonot National Park and Lake Naivasha Trip
    • 14th -16thFeb, 2014 – Aberdare National Park Trip
    • 10th October, 2015 – Maasai Mara Game Reserve Trip.
    • 22nd October 2016 - Mt Longonot National Park and Lake Naivasha
    • 2nd April, 2017 - Nairobi National Park and Nairobi Safari walk
  1. Campaigns
  • 9th August, 2014 –Save the Lion 10km walk – Maasai Mara National Reserve (Sekanani Gate)
  • 4th October, 2015 – Global Match For Elephants and Rhinos – 10km walk, Maasai Mara National Reserve (Sekenani Gate)
  • 4th October, 2015 – Global Match for Elephants and Rhinos – 10km walk, Maasai Mara National Reserve (Sekenani Gate)
  • 15th October 2016 - Global Match for Elephants and Rhinos through the clean up activity to mark the day within Maasai Mara University
  1. Talks
  • 23rd September, 2015- A talk on elephants by Justus Nyamu.
  1. Conservation activities
  • Club’s Magazine – November, 2015
  • 4th October, 2011 – Tree Planting, Ongata Naado Primary School
  • 14th June, 2012 – Tree Planting, Narok River Banks
  • 2012 – Tree planting, Mau Forest
  • 5th June, 2013 – World Environmental Day, Tree Planting


  • 5th June, 2014 – World Environmental Day-Tree Planting


  • 17th October, 2015 – Clean-up Activity in Maasai Mara University


  • 25th March,2017   - Clean up activity within Maasai Mara University


  1. Clubs’ Magazine Vol. 1 – November,2015( Achieved)
  2. Clean-up Activity at Narok Town – November,2015( Achieved)
  3. End-of-year party –December,2015 ( Achieved)
  4. Strengthening links with the County Government, The Ewaso Ngiro River Development Authority, The Masai Mara Game Reserve and any other conservation body – Ongoing
  5. Advocating for a greener Narok, a greener Kenya and a greener world – Ongoing.
  6. Clubs’ Magazine Vol. 2 2017 - Ongoing


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Discussing ways of collaborating and partnering

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Mary K. Walingo (2nd right) led a team from the University in discussing ways of collaborating and partnering with East African Partnership (EAP). Present was the EAP President, Prof. Colette Cozean (3rd right), DVC (A&SA) Prof. Bulitia Godrick (5th right), Director of the IEE, Prof. Wycliffe Wanzala, who is coordinating the linkage and COD, Nursing, Jacqueline Naulikha (left).  


Maasai Mara University through its Vice-Chancellor Prof. Mary K. Walingo and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic and Student Affairs Prof. Bulitia Godrick Mathews has spearheaded the quest to apportion part of the KONZA City land, also known as the Smart City to universities. The Mara varsity is honored to be among the identified universities to benefit in the allocation of KONZA City resources for universities. Read More

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