University of Botswana

University of Botswana

The University of Botswana is a public university established in 1982. It has a student population of 18,000 and almost 3,000 staff members of which 32% academic staff. The Mission of the University of Botswana is to improve economic and social conditions for the Nation while advancing itself as a distinctively African university with a regional and international outlook.
PARTICIPIA partnership involves the University of Botswana's Faculty of Engineering & Technology, the Clean Energy Research Centre and the Okavango Research Institute.

University of Botswana's Okavango Research Institute

The Okavango Research Institute (ORI) (formerly the Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Centre) is a research centre of the University of Botswana on the fringe of the Kalahari Desert in southern Africa. It is dedicated to the study and conservation of one of the world’s largest and most intact inland wetland ecosystems, the Okavango Delta, as well as other southern African wetlands, river basins, watersheds and surrounding dry lands. In recent years, the institute's mission has been expanded to include the cultural, social and economic problems of the Okavango region, broadening its mandate from simply acquiring and distributing knowledge to applying it. ORI runs a MPhil/PhD Programme in Natural Resource Management and other courses.

University of Botswana's Clean Energy Research Centre (CERC)

The Clean Energy Research Centre (CERC), formerly the Centre of Study in Renewable and Sustainable Energy (CSRSE), was established to advance interdisciplinary research, education, and advocacy for renewable and sustainable energy.

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