Improving Rural Outreach Capacity in Tanzania

Improving Rural Outreach Capacity in Tanzania

The Ohio State University in collaboration with Sokoine University set up five days workshop for tutors from MATI Ilonga and MATI Katrin. The workshop intended to improve training that is provided to the trainers of extension agents at the MATI’s agricultural...
First iAGRI Scholar Completes PhD

First iAGRI Scholar Completes PhD

Dr. Boniface Massawe was the first iAGRI scholar to complete a PhD program. Although awarded a four year scholarship, he completed his program at Ohio State University in three years, graduating in August, 2015. His disciplinary specialization was soil science with a...
Workshop: Valuation Methods and Willingness to Pay

Workshop: Valuation Methods and Willingness to Pay

During the month of October, iAGRI welcomed Prof Timothy Haab, an internationally recognized expert on methods for measuring the value of goods and services not adequately represented by market prices. Prof Timothy is a Chair of the Department of Agricultural,...
iAGRI Graduate Curbing effects of Rice Blast Disease

iAGRI Graduate Curbing effects of Rice Blast Disease

Emmanuel Mgonja successfully completed his PhD requirements in the Department of Plant Pathology at The Ohio State University this past summer. Emmanuel, who took a leave from his job at the Katrin Agricultural Research Institute in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania researched...