Maasai Mara University through the Directorate of Linkages and Collaborations is widening meaningful networks thus enhancing its mandate of providing quality academic services to its clientele and equip community members with excellent skills and knowledge for prosperity.
On that wavelength, a meeting was convened at the university where Professors from Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU), South African Wildlife Collage Basecamp Explorer Foundation and representatives from the Maasai Mara wildlife Conservancies Association (MMWCA) were engaged. The Maasai Mara University team was led by the Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor (A&SA) Prof. Almadi Obere backed by Deans of Schools. They discussed Wildlife conservation partnership between the Institutions.
Maasai Mara University is one of the partners in the implementation of the Mara Vocational Training Project, a four year project funded by the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU), through Basecamp Explorer – Foundation and MMWCA.
The project aims to equip over 1800 youths with technical skills for employment in the Mara Ecosystem.
Measures to amplify the conservation of wildlife especially the Maasai Mara Game Reserve Ecosystem is one of the blueprint technique employed by Maasai Mara University, towards working jointly with other stakeholders to professionally sell the coveted academic and tourism brand to the global knowledge driven society.