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SAEBS at Nane Nane National Agricultural Shows in 2019

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SAEBS was well represented in this year’s Nanenane Agricultural exhibitions which was held both at Nyakabindi grounds, in Simiyu Region and Mwl. Nyerere grounds in Morogoro region. SAEBS displayed various  processed and value added food products produced by agripreneurs from AGRIBUSINESS INCUBATION CENTRE, SUGECO and other SAEBS Alumni companies including KInshaga Food Products and Shambani Milk. The booth also provided information about degree programs offered to new students who want to join in 2019/2020 academic year and short courses offered to the general public through AB CONSULT.

The exhibitions was officially opened by the Vice President of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Samia Suluhu Hassan on 1st August 2019. The Vice president also launched Government’s 10-year post-harvest strategy that will seek to address postharvest losses of major crops in the country. 

The theme for this year’s event which reached its peak on August 8, 2019 is "Agriculture, Pastoralism and Fisheries for Economic Growth "

 

NEWLY ELECTED SUASO PRESIDENT 2019/2020 FROM BSc. AEA

SAEBS is very proud to congratulate and announce to the public that  Mr, Zacharia E. Dioniz, a Second year student pursuing BSc. Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness (BSc. AEA) has being elected to be the New SUASO government President for the 2019/2010 term. We coongratulate him for this achievement and wish him all the best in this post.

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A NOTE OF THANKS FROM THE NEWLY ELECTED SUASO PRESIDENT MR. ZACHARIA E. DIONIZ 

"Firstly, I would like to sincerely extend my gratitude to the SUASO electoral committee of the academic year 2019/2020, for coming up with the best strategies that have ensured a free and fair election.

Secondly, I thank a lot the students from all courses and years who sacrificed their time to support me and voted for me. I also wish to thank my fellow contestants; Mr. Elias Emmanuel and Mr. Ngaja Abdallah for challenging me enough to stand firm. But also I thank these guys for not practicing dirty politics in this election, this means that they are also good leaders but the turn was mine.

Finally, I dare to promise my fellow students that this new government will always be a responsible, transparent, accountable and a hardworking one. Therefore, my fellow students should of-course expect good from this new government. What we only need to do together is cooperation, regardless of whatever differences we have as students of Sokoine University of Agriculture." 

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INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY WORKSHOP

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BSc. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND AGRIBUSINESS 3rd year students closely following up presentations during the INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY WORKSHOP conducted on JUNE 28TH 2019 at MLT 9 SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (Main Campus). The workshop is part of the course AEA 312 International Trade. It was organised by Dr. Anna A. Temu and Dr. Daniel Ndyetabula from the DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AND AGRIBUSINESS and was facilitated by Ms. Prisca Kimaro. 

PAPERS PRESENTED IN THE WORKSHOP

  • POLITICAL ECONOMY OF TRADE POLICY
  • TANZANIA POLICIES TOWARDS INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  • TRADE POLICY TOWARD ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
  • AGRO-FOOD EXPORTS FROM DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: THE CHALLENGES POSED BY STANDARDS
  • INTRA-AFRICA AGRICULTURAL TRADE: A SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE
  • AGRICULTURAL EXPORT RESTRICTIONS: WELFARE IMPLICATIONS AND TRADE DISCIPLINES
  • ASSESSING THE CAUSES OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA’S DECLINING EXPORTS AND ADDRESSING SUPPLY-SIDE CONSTRAINTS IMPLICATION OF SUGAR IMPORTATION IN TANZANIA TO COUNTRY’S ECONOMY
  • EFFECT OF MAIZE BAN IN TANZANIA
  • THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXCHANGE RATES AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  • PROTECTIONISM POLICY AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS TOWARDS ECONOMIC GROWTH IN TANZANIA
  • IMPACTS OF EXPORT TAXES ON AGRICULTURAL TRADE 

BSc. AEA football Champions of 2019 SUA intramural sports events

Football championship TROPHY receiving celebration party for Bachelor of Science in Agricultural economics and agribusiness(AEA) Students from the School of Agricultural Economics and Business studies (SAEBS), the overall winners in the 2019 SUA intramural sports events.

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SAEBS celebrates the public service week by doing Environment cleanliness

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The Dean of  School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies (SAEBS)Dr. Adam M. Akyoo (PhD) joined hands with other Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) community members to celebrate the Public Service week by supporting the government's efforts to eradicate plastic bags in Morogoro Municipality whereby all staff participated in an exercise to clean up the Manzese market and the highway to the University campus. The event took place on 21st June 2019.

UPDATES: SAEBS at Sokoine Memorial Week 2019

Sokoine memorial week  was held at the main campus of the Sokoine University of Agriculture  from 9th to 12th April, 2019. The theme of the week was “Agricultural productivity and Industrialization for Tanzania’s Development: Lessons from Edward Moringe Sokoine and Prospects for the Future” . The week involved exhibitions of agricultural technologies and a series of presentations from academiaThere will be also high profile discussion on 12th April, 2019.

This post shows  what happened at the School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies booth in these Exhibitions, Scroll down for More photos!

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