Staff Research Funding

Instructors at the Department of Wildlife Management are actively engaged in conducting a wide range of research projects across various domains of wildlife management. These research endeavors are not only diverse but also well-supported through funding from both internal and external sources, ensuring the department’s contributions to advancing knowledge in the field.

Internal Funding from Sokoine University of Agriculture

The commitment to research is strongly supported by internal sources, primarily Sokoine University of Agriculture itself. The university recognizes the importance of research in academic and practical endeavors and allocates resources to encourage members of the department to explore new frontiers in wildlife management and conservation. This is to ensure that the department has the necessary resources to initiate and sustain research projects.

External Funding from Organizations

In addition to internal funding, the department actively seeks external funding from various organizations, such as the European Union (EU), the World Bank, UK Darwin Initiative, the National Science Foundation, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)and small from Rufford , Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund (MBZ), Eastern Arc Mountains Conservation Endowment Fund (EAMCEF), and the . These external sources provide critical financial support for research projects both to academic staff and students.