The 6th Africa Animal Welfare Conference is planned to be held in Botswana, from 31st October -2nd November, 2022. The conference will be a hybrid event comprising in- person attendance and live-streamed for virtual participants.

Delegates attending in-person will be expected to arrive in Botswana on 30th October and depart on 3rd November 2022.

The proceedings will involve presentations on selected topics, speeches, panel discussions and question and answer sessions.

Conference Venue:

  1. In-Person attendance- TraveLodge Hotel, Gaborone, Botswana.
  2. Virtual attendance - live-streamed for virtual participants

Conference Theme: Animals, People and the Environment in a rapidly changing 21st Century

Conference registration fee:
In-person attendance - USD 250
Virtual attendance - USD 75

* Please note:

  • The above registration fee includes the following:
    • Conference attendance for the 3 days
    • Conference material
    • Lunch and tea/snacks during the conference
  • The registration fee excludes the following:
    • Accommodation during the conference
    • Breakfast and dinner during the conference period
    • Return tickets to Gaborone, Botswana.

Accommodation Rates
The conference organizers have negotiated with Alisa hotel for suitable conference packages for participants. It includes airport transfers, half board accommodation (bed, breakfast and dinner) and daily transportation to and from the conference venue at the following rates:

Single Room => USD 115 per day => USD 460 for 4 nights

Double Room (Twin Room) => USD 140 per room per day => USD 560 for 4 nights

The above Accommodation packages/rates include:

  • Pick up from airport to hotel upon arrival
  • 4 nights accommodation as per above rates
  • Breakfast and dinner (Lunch, teas/snacks taken during the conference at the conference hall)
  • Pick up from hotel to airport during Departure
AAW Conference

Africa Animal Welfare Conference is an annual conference co-hosted by Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) in collaboration with United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and African Union InterAfrican Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR) for professionals and practitioners, coming together to discuss issues that cut across animal welfare, wildlife and environmental conservation.

Office Locations

Riverine Nature Reserve,

Number 137,

Milima Road, Hardy-Karen,

Nairobi, Kenya.