Dr. Gabriel Nzalayaimisi publishes a book chapter

Published on 5th February 2021

Gabriel NzalayaimisThe Department would like to congratulate Dr. Nzalayaimisi for publishing a book chapter in Book Title, "Mission und dekoloniale Perspektive." The title of his book chapter is, "In Praise of the African Berliners: some reflections on World War I in the Berlin Mission Society fields up to 139. In brief, the Berlin Mission Society (BMS) started working in Eastern Tanzania in 1887. In 1891it began its work in Sourthen Tanzania...The BMS built churches and houses for the mission's expatriate staff to inhabit. They built primary schools, middle schools, and teacher training colleges. For details, look for the book chaper and read it.  

Zahara H. Mkuki graduates

Published on 20th December 2020

IMG 20201218 WA0014The Department congratulates Zahara H. Mkuki for graduating with an MSc. (Agricultural Education and Extension). She graduated on 18th December 2020. Her research is titled  Agricultural Extension Officers’ Perceptions On Their Roles: A Case Study Of Agricultural Extension Officers’ In  Simiyu Region.

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The Department Welcomes First Year Undergraduate Students

Published on 14th December 2020

COMM DVL reducedOn 13th December 2020, ongoing undergraduate students organized a freshers' party to welcome first years students and to kick start the academic year 2020/2021.

The ongoing students have developed a custom of welcoming first-year every year. The event was characterized by music, food, and drinks. Talented students enrolled in the first and second years had an opportunity to show their talents through performing live music.

Over 240 students have been enrolled in the Bachelor of Community Development (BCD) offered at SUA where as over 260 students have been enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Applied Agricultural Extension. 

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Dr. Madaha launches a CoP in Tanzania

Published on 3rd December 2020

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Dr. Rasel Madaha facilitated the launching of the scaleWAYS- East Africa Community of Practice (CoP) on 3rd December 2020. 

Following the resumption of normalcy in June 2020, there were a number of inquiries from the members of the Tanzania Chapter of the CoP on the next steps. Dr.Rasel Madaha requested members in Tanzania to be patient. However, the momentum on the thirsty to engage in the project slowed a bit. In this regard, the scaleWAYS-East Africa CoP chapter in Tanzania requested assistance from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), the Lake Victoria Basin Commission (LVBC) and the International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) to start engaging with the Tanzania chapter of the CoP.

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