Presentations were made by representatives from a variety of institutions and individuals, both local and international. These covered subjects such as Enhancing Wildlife-based Economies in Rural Area’s, Wildlife Conflict and Land Use, as well as Livestock Management. Genetics also came under discussion, including sampling and the importance of genetic variations in a population. Statistical Analysis and modeling methods were also reviewed.
The course also featured practical exercises and excursions, including visits to local conservancies at Hereroland and Damaraland. Problems were identified and attendees had to come up with practical solutions. The course ended on a social note, with an excursion to Etosha National Park before the presentation of Certificates to all those who took part in the course.