Research Presentation on Salt Affected Soil in Dakawa

Research Presentation on Salt Affected Soil in Dakawa

Rice growers in Dakawa, Morogoro recently benefited from a research presentation on salt affected soil and its distribution in major rice growing areas of Tanzania. The iAGRI-sponsored research is led by Dr. Sophia Kashenge-Killenga from Tanzania’s Ministry of...
USAID Supports New Online Information Resource Tool for SUA

USAID Supports New Online Information Resource Tool for SUA

The Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) has become one of the first universities in Tanzania to introduce an online information resource discovery tool, known as LibHub, aimed at increasing accessibility to online information resources. This project is being...
Tanzanian Students Focus on Country’s Agricultural Revolution

Tanzanian Students Focus on Country’s Agricultural Revolution

Twenty three Tanzanian students who were sponsored to study agriculture and nutrition in different universities in the United States and Africa, have kick-started their research phase which is aimed at accelerating the country’s agricultural revolution.  The students...
Chacha Nyangi – Food Science and Human Nutrition

Chacha Nyangi – Food Science and Human Nutrition

Summary: Chacha Nyangi is an iAGRI-sponsored scholar at Sokoine University of Agriculture’s Department of Food Science and Technology.  Chacha worked in community mobilization and capacity building throughout Tanzania for nearly a decade before beginning his...
Ntirankiza Misibo – Agricultural Education and Extension

Ntirankiza Misibo – Agricultural Education and Extension

Summary: Ntirankiza Misibo is an iAGRI-sponsored student at Sokoine University of Agriculture in Morogoro, Tanzania. Ntirankiza is an agricultural education and extension master’s scholar whose research investigates smallholder farmer practices and post-harvest...