Moses Njole is a Capacity Building Manager at RTI, where he supports the USAID Tuhifadhi Maliasili Activity (“Preserve Natural Resources” in Swahili) in Tanzania. This five-year project addresses the complex dynamics hindering habitat connectivity for key species in Tanzania and works to preserve the country’s long-term persistence of biodiversity. In this role, he oversees institutional capacity building of both public and private stakeholders.
Mr. Njole has over 13 years of experience working in tourism and natural resources management in Tanzania. Previously, Mr. Njole worked with RTI on the USAID PROTECT Activity, where he collaborated with various stakeholders in the wildlife conservation space to develop and implement capacity-building programs for both public, private sector, and civil society organizations. He has extensive experience preparing strategic plans, including regional tourism plans, eco-tourism promotion plans, and corporate strategic plans for wildlife management and tourism organizations. He has also worked with local wildlife training institutions to strengthen their capacity in training, research, and consultancy in wildlife and tourism.
Mr. Njole is fluent in Swahili and English, and is a member of several professional organizations, including the Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania, Nature Tanzania, the World Leisure Society, the Eldis Community, the Dutch Tourism Network, and the Ecotourism and Biodiversity Conservation Group, among others.