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SUA and FAO training of youths on horticulture as agribusiness in Dodoma becomes a reality

1 INTRODUCTION Sokoine University of Agriculture in collaboration with Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as funding partner recently completed the first phase of training on horticulture as agribusinesses to youths in Dodoma. The training was conducted at Bihawana Farmers Training Centre (BFTC) in Dodoma City from 15th to 18th September 2020. […]

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SUA Initiates Training on Agribusiness for Self-employment of Youths in Dodoma

1. Introduction In an effort to strengthen the outreaching to majority of communities in Tanzania, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) is initiating trainings on horticulture and poultry agri-businesses for self-employment of youths in Dodoma Region. Besides the leadership role of SUA in these forthcoming youths incubation trainings, the short courses involve Food and Agriculture Organization […]

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Tangazo: Mafunzo ya Muda Mfupi, SUA/ Announcement: Short Courses at SUA, 2020

(KWA WATUMIAJI WA KISWAHILI) Chuo Kikuu cha Sokoine cha Kilimo (SUA) kupitia Taasisi ya Elimu ya Kujiendeleza (ICE) kinatangaza Mafunzo ya Muda Mfupi yatakayotolewa hivi karibuni: Pakua hapa fomu ya maombi   (FOR ENGLISH READERS) Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) through the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) hereby announces short courses to be offered soon: […]

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Systematizing the undertaking of outreach activities at SUA

Introduction Outreach is one of the core functions of Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) along with training, research and delivery of services.  The vitality of outreach mandate of SUA is demonstrated by existence of the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) that was established by the Government Notice No. 25 of 1988 to serve as an […]

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Fish Farming Training Crystallizes at SUA

Introduction Undertaking of short course on fish farming has gradually evolved overtime at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA). Initially, the training focused on imparting knowledge and skills on tilapia fish farming but was later expanded to include catfish farming. Recently, the training has progressed to impart knowledge and skills not only on fish farming perse […]

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SUA yaimarisha Mafunzo ya Ufugaji wa Samaki aina ya Sato na Kambare

Taasisi ya Elimu ya Kujiendeleza (ICE) kwa kushirikiana na Idara ya Sayansi ya Wanyama, Viumbehai Majini na Nyanda za Malisho (DAARS), Chuo Kikuu cha Sokoine cha Kilimo (SUA) iliendesha mafunzo ya aina mbalimbali ya ufugaji wa samaki kwa wajasiriamali, wafugaji na wataalam wa samaki katika kipindi cha mwaka 2019. Mafunzo hayo yaliyofanyika mara nne yalihusu […]

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Streamlining Training on Fish Farming at Sokoine University of Agriculture

Hardly a week had elapsed after concluding offering a short course on production of catfish fingering in Dodoma, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) swiftly embarked on conducting a subsequent four-day training on tilapia fish farming. This latest training was conducted at the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE), SUA, Morogoro from 7th to 10th October 2019. […]

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Emerging and Exciting Outcomes of Fish Farming Training at Sokoine University of Agriculture

As a strategy for increasing outcomes and sustaining provision of short courses, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) is expanding collaboration with other stakeholders in offering training on fish farming. This has been the case for recent initiative in which SUA in collaboration with University of Dodoma (UDOM), Aquaculture Association of Tanzania (AAT) and Mongola Agri-Enterprises […]

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Sharing Excitement and Challenges of Research Feedback on Decentralized Forest Management in Babati District, Tanzania

Communicating research findings to communities and other stakeholders where research has been successfully completed is a vital an outreach activity. Towards the end of October 2019, feedback activities on research work titled “A novel theory for clarifying successes of decentralized forest management (DFM): Institutional dynamics and performance in Babati District, Tanzania” were undertaken in four […]

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