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Over 66 Quality Assurance Officers from 40 higher learning Institution participated training in on quality assurance with the theme “Enhancing Quality Assurance and Practices in Higher Learning Institution in Tanzania”  at Sokoine University Agriculture in Morogoro. The two days’ workshop organized by Tanzania Universities Quality Assurance Forum (TUQAF) from 8th to 9th October 2020. In […]

On 30th September 2020, a delegation from the Bank of Tanzania (BOT) visited the NM-AIST to familiarise with the institution activities after a week-long legal-related training in Arusha.  Upon arrival, the NM-AIST Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Emmanuel J. Luoga, greeted the delegation and provided a brief presentation of the current and planned institution activities, including the introduction […]

The Chancellor of the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) and former Vice President of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon. Dr Mohammed Gharib Bilal, he conferred Masters and PhD degrees to 121 students. Among these students, 85 were conferred Masters among them, 12 students, as direct beneficiaries of WISE-Futures scholarship which […]

UPGro’s new film tells us about the use and potential of groundwater for Sub-Saharan Africa. Learn about groundwater and the rich research findings from the 7 year research programme. Check out the film here: Unlocking the Potential of Groundwater for the Poor (UPGro), has been a seven-year international research programme (2013-2020), funded by the […]

Ms. Lucia Petro, a wife and mother of three children, grew up in a small village of Kabila Magu district, Mwanza region, which is located in the western part of Tanzania. Ms. Lucia was one of the MSc students who was sponsored under WISE-Futures scholarship scheme, 2018 intake. Ever since Lucia was a child, she […]

On 3rd and 4th March 2020, WISE-Futures organized workshop on Sharing Kilimanjaro Water, Knowledge: What we know and don’t know at The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology, Arusha Tanzania. The workshop was attended by 37 participants from Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Rwanda, Belgium and USA. The workshop aimed to disseminate the research […]

Dear reader, The editorial committee welcomes you to Vol 1: Issue 2 of the WISE-Futures Newsletter.In this newsletter, we share the following, Center leader  Message. Outreach activities. Learning excellence. Collaborations. Pictorial Events. Research activities . We look forward to your feedback and comment on this newsletter and other issues of WISE-Futures via Kindly share […]