The Mole Wildlife School is one of the facilities available at Mole National Park to facilitate and enhance conservation. It was built about two decades ago. It is located at the Park’s entrance gate, in a very serene environment which is conducive for learning. It is made up of 20 independent chalets, a reception and a conference room with related cooking and sanitary facilities.

The Wildlife School is currently the Training Centre for the Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission. All newly recruited staff of the Division are now trained at the Wildlife School by specially trained instructors. The premises are also used for in-service or refresher training for staff already in the Wildlife Division, and the facility is used by NGOs and other organisations for meetings and training programmes.

The Wildlife School has a hosting capacity of 40-60 people, and the conference hall has a seating capacity of 120. Furniture in the chalets is basic, while toilet and bathing facilities are shared. In particular circumstances, when the number of visitors to the Park outnumber the present hosting facilities, the Wildlife School offers its rooms to tourist or hosts official visitors.

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