[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] WWB-Africa builds capacity in these areas through fellowships based at the College of African Wildlife Management in Tanzania.
What does CAWM stand for?
CAWM stands for College of African Wildlife Management (est. 1963; Moshi, Tanzania)
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We have 3 other meanings of CAWM in our Acronym Attic
- Civilization As We Know It
- Cabinetmaster Architectural Woodwork Ltd (Canada)
- Calgary Association of Women and the Law (Canada)
- Calvert Animal Welfare League, Inc. (Maryland)
- Capital Area Wrestling League (Damascus, MD)
- Competence At Work Ltd
- Customs Agents Wellington Ltd (New Zealand)
- China Adoption With Love Incorporated
- California Association of Window Manufacturers (trade association)
- Christian Artists of West Michigan
- Committee for the Advancement of Women and Minorities (University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio)
- Community Action Wayne/Medina (Wooster, OH)
- Coordinated Assignment Without Measurement
- Comprehensive Assessment of Water Management in Agriculture
- Canadian Association of Wooden Money Collectors
- Commission on the Advancement of Women and Minorities in Science, Engineering and Technology Development
- Catholic African World Network
- Central American Women's Network (est. 1991; UK)
- Carter G. Woodson Home National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
- Czech Association of Work and Organizational Psychologists (Praha)
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Students at Makerere University, Mweka College of African Wildlife Management, University of the Western Cape, and Stanford University use the phones to access the course website, send text messages, and post media to mobile blogs.
This program involves faculty and students from the University of the Western Cape in South African, Mweka College of African Wildlife Management in Tanzania and Makerere University in Uganda.