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TADB, SUA INK AGREEMENT ON RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION

TADB’s Acting Managing Director, Mr. Francis Assenga (centre) chairs an agreement meeting on research and development cooperation when SUA’s Principal of College of Agriculture, Prof. Susan Nchimbi-Msolla (second right) and her assistant Prof. Benard Chove (right) paid a visit at TADB premises. Looking on are some of TADB’s management members.
TADB’s Acting Managing Director, Mr. Francis Assenga (second left) exchanges partnership agreement with SUA’s Principal of College of Agriculture, Prof. Susan Nchimbi-Msolla. Witnessing are TADB’s Head of Legal Services, Neema-Christina John (Left) and SUA’s Deputy Principal of College of Agriculture, Prof. Benard Chove (right). The eve took place at TADB’s premises in Dar es Salaam.
TADB’s Acting Managing Director, Mr. Francis Assenga (second left) and SUA’s Principal of College of Agriculture, Prof. Susan Nchimbi-Msolla display their exchanges partnership agreement. The agreement that aims at facilitating collaboration in the development and implementation of capacity building programs for smallholder farmers, medium and large scale farmers and agro-processors in Tanzania and SUA Graduates for practical training and employment at TADB and its partner institutions.Witnessing are TADB’s Head of Legal Services, Neema-Christina John (Left) and SUA’s Deputy Principal of College of Agriculture, Prof. Benard Chove. The eve took place at TADB’s premises in Dar es Salaam.
TADB’s Acting Managing Director, Mr. Francis Assenga (second left) and SUA’s Principal of College of Agriculture, Prof. Susan Nchimbi-Msolla display their exchanges partnership agreement. The agreement that aims at facilitating collaboration in the development and implementation of capacity building programs for smallholder farmers, medium and large scale farmers and agro-processors in Tanzania and SUA Graduates for practical training and employment at TADB and its partner institutions. Others in the photo are management members of TADB and SUA’s Deputy Principal of College of Agriculture, Prof. Benard Chove (right). The eve took place at TADB’s premises in Dar es Salaam.