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MCF@RUFORUM Scholarships 2020/2021

正规官方炸金花app Mastercard Foundation has partnered with the Regional Universities Forum for Capacity BuildingMastercard Foundation has partnered with the Regional Universities Forum for Capacity Buildingin Agriculture (RUFORUM; www.ruforum.org), a network of 125 universities in 38 African countriesto Transform African Agricultural Universities (TAGDev) to meaningfully contribute to Africa’sgrowth and development. The aim of the partnership is to transform African agriculturaluniversities and their graduates...

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SECOND TANZANIA POST-HARVEST MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE: 18th-19th MARCH 2020 SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (SUA)

Theme: “Reducing Post-harvest losses for enhanced Food Security and Export Trade” Sub-themes: Private sector participation, policy and business enabling environment in PHM Mycotoxins in agriculture, food safety and export trade ICT, Science, technology and innovation in postharvest management Youth and women in post-harvest management Introduction正规官方炸金花app In recent years, global food production has reached a record high. However, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Bank...

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A new project on Agroecology

A new project titled Insect Service and Biodiversity in Agroecological Farming (ISeBAF) has been launched. This is collaboration between the Royal Museum for Central Africa (RMCA), Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS), Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) and Bioengineering at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). The main objectives of this project are to describe relationships between cucurbit crop production and insect biodiversity socio-economic analysis on...

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TAJAS Volume 18 (June 2019) is now out

The Tanzania Journal of Agricultural Sciences (TAJAS), volume 18 is now out. The volume has the following content Economic Efficiency Analysis of Dairy Farmers Participating in Dairy Market Hubs in Tanga and Morogoro regions, Tanzania Increased Productivity in Tanzanian Cattle is the Main Approach to Reduce Methane Emission per Unit of Product Weather Related Challenges and Transitory Food Insecurity in Semiarid Mixed Crop-Livestock Systems in Manyoni District, Tanzania Determinants of Yam Production and...

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NEW YEAR WISHES

正规官方炸金花app The Principal of College of Agriculture wishes staff and students a Happy and Prosperous New Year 2020. The year 2019 was a productive year for our college, with many staff promoted to higher ranks, new curricula developed, new research projects registered and we hosted the CoA annual conference and exhibitions.  It is our sincere hope that 2020 will be even more fruitful to the College, its staff and students.

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ABOUT COLLEGE

Welcome to College of Agriculture, one of the largest Sokoine University of Agriculture's Unit. Learn about us, who we are, our Vision, Mission, what we do, courses and programmes we offer and many more by clicking one of the links below

DEPARTMENTS

The College of Agriculture (CoA) consists of Six departments which carry out research and Training Programmes leading to different Bachelor's Degree, M.Sc. and PhD qualifications