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Training needs assessment stakeholders’ workshop on development of curriculum for a proposed BSc. (Wood Technologies and Value Addition) degree programme

Training needs assessment stakeholders’ workshop on development of curriculum for a proposed BSc. (Wood Technologies and Value Addition) degree programme

19 August 2019
The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism (CFWT) though the Department of Forest Engineering and Wood Sciences conducted a one day training needs assessment stakeholders’ workshop on development of curriculum for a proposed BS...
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College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism joins SUA and Morogoro community to welcome the South African President His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism joins SUA and Morogoro community to welcome the South African President His Excellency Cyril Ramaphosa

16 August 2019
President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa is undertaking his first State visit since he was elected President in May, to Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania, today (16 August 2019). College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism (CF...
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College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism participates in Nane Nane Exhibitions 2019, Morogoro

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism participates in Nane Nane Exhibitions 2019, Morogoro

03 August 2019
The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism is showing and demostrating various technologies and products of forestry, wildlife and tourism in the Sokoine University of Agriculture Building during Nane Nane Exhibitions 2019. Welcome and l...
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Field Practical Training in Botany and Ecology at Saadani National Park

Field Practical Training in Botany and Ecology at Saadani National Park

01 August 2019
BSc WLM Semester 2 Field Practical Training in Botany and Ecology at Saadani National Park.  Students undertaking Ecological and Botanic Surveys to understand the ecology of the Park and its biodiversity.  Practicing Botany and Ecology in t...
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Wildlife buffer-zone training practical at SUA Darajambili Campus and Muhuwesi Field area, Ruvuma

Wildlife buffer-zone training practical at SUA Darajambili Campus and Muhuwesi Field area, Ruvuma

27 July 2019
The College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism, SUA, has recently acquired areas in Ruvuma region for the purpose of enhancing its mission. Among others are two sites Darajambili Campus and Muhuwesi Field area, (wildlife training buffer-zone) specific...
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