WISE-Futures Centre Leader Dr. Hans Komakech(2nd right) and Deputy Centre Leader Dr. Yusufu Jande (1st right) hand over the donated complete solar system to the headmaster of Emanyata Secondary School Mr. Paulo Muhina (1st left 1st line) on 15th September 2021 in Loliondo, Ngorongoro district at Arusha region.
A group photo of graduands from the school of Materials, Energy, Water, Environmental Science, Chancellor His Excellency Dr. Mohamed Gharib Bilal the 9th Retired Vice President of Tanzania (4th left) and Vice-Chancellor Prof. Emmanuel J Luoga (3rd right), Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Member of Council during the 7th NM-AIST and 3rd graduation for WISE-Futures scholarship beneficiaries on 12th August 2021.
The Principal Investigator (right ) from the ACALISE centre from Uganda Martyrs University Dr. Ssemakula visited WISE-Futures NM-AIST to discuss potential areas for collaborations toward solving societal challenges in Africa.
The Arusha Regional Prisons Commissioner, ACP W.M Mwanangwa, accompanied by Arusha Prison officials visited WISE-Future NM-AIST to learn about biogas production.
CUSTOMER SERVICE TRAINING
A group photo of participants on Improving Customer care and Nurturing Entrepreneurial mindset workshop supported by WISE-Futures and held at NM-AIST from 25th – 26th May 2021.
Repr of the Permanent Secretary of @maji_mowi Mr. Simon Nkanyemka and 3 representatives from @UKinTanzania and many other partners-participate, during the handover of a Five Villages Water Supply Scheme project that was implemented in Arusha District Council to Arusha Urban Water and Sanitation Authority (AUWSA) on 21st May 2021. This project has reached 23,000 people in 5 villages and is set to reach 50,000 by 2030 with clean and fluoride-free water.
The Vice-Chancellor of the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST), Prof. Emmanuel Luoga launching a drone training course at NM-AIST Arusha, on March 1-27, 2021 (left side) South African Pro Wings Trainer Benjamin Mabeta
WISE-Futures Centre Manager, Ms Grace Cusack, presented the centre activities and achievements to the delegation from the Bank of Tanzania (BoT) who visited NM-AIST to familiarize with the institution activities on 30 Sept 2020
A team of staff from Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT) visited NM-AIST, to learn from Centres daily operations on 14th Sept 2020.
Restoration of the NM-AIST biogas plant, as learning platforms for MSc and PhD students in Energy courses.
COVID-19 CAMPAIGN IN ARUSHA DISTRICT, MERU AND LONGIDO DISTRICT.
WISE-Futures in cooperation with Red Cross society branch at the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology together with Arusha branch under the directions of Health Officers of Arusha city, Meru and Londido districts created awareness about COVID-19 to children, their families and members of the society on best practices in the containment of COVID-19 pandemic from 16-20 June 2020.
37 participants from different countries attended a workshop on “SHIRING KILIMANJARO WATER” organized by WISE-Futures from 3rd-4th March 2020 at The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST).
PERMANENT SECRETARY IN THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY VISIT WISE-Futures
On November 29, 2019, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Dr Leonard Akwilapo (2nd Right) and his delegation visited the Centre for excellence. During his visit had the opportunity to receive a progress report from WISE-Futures Centre leader, Dr.Hans Komakech (1st left).
OPENING CEREMONY FOR VEHICLE CABIN FILTER TESTER
Administrative Officer-Arumeru District Commissioners’ Office, Mr Anaclet Mushashu has officially launched the Vehicle Cabin Air Filter Tester at NM-AIST in 21st October 2019.
3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENERGY, AQUATECH, AND SUSTAINABILITY
The Minister of Education, Science, and Technology Hon. Prof. Joyce Ndalichako (MP) delivers her opening remarks during the 3rd International Conference on Energy, Aquatech, and Sustainability (1st picture), The conference was organized by Innovative Technology and Energy Center (iTEC) and Water Infrastructure and Sustainable Energy Futures (WISE-Futures) and hosted at Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) from 12th -13rd August 2019.
Prof. Chary Rangacharyulu’s from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada (Instructor) and the participants of two-week 22nd – 2nd Aug 2019 workshop on “Nuclear Technology for Water and Food Security ” organized by WISE-Futures at Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST).
Participants from NM-AIST, WISE-Futures and CREATE Center the organizer and AWARD the facilitators of a short course on “Mentoring & Orientation Workshop,” held from 29th -2nd August 2019 at NM-AIST, Arusha Tanzania.
Participants, organizer and facilitators of a short course on “Design Factory Korea Social Impact Boot camp in Tanzania” from 02nd -5th July 2019 at NM-AIST, Arusha Tanzania
Workshop participants of SAFI Network launch on 15th -16th March 2019 at Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST)
Participants, organizer and facilitators of the short course on” African Irrigation Development: Planning for a productive future,” from 04th -15th March 2019 at NM-AIST, Arusha Tanzania.
Meet participants from different countries in Africa who attend a short course on “African Irrigation Development: Planning for a Productive Future” from 10 -21st December 2018 at NM-AIST Arusha, Tanzania.
WISE-Futures staff participated in Dar Construction and Building Leaders & CEO Summit 2018 from 27th -29th September 2018 at Julius Nyerere International Convention Center (JNICC) , Dar es Salaam. MSc student Ms Amina Abdalah (one with Hijab), explaining about her research on Water Disinfection Using Capacitive De-Ionization to visitors.
The 2nd INTERNATIONAL WISE – Futures CONFERENCE.
The Vice – Director of Shanghai Municipal Education Commission ( SHMEC), (3th right) Mr Li Yongzhi , when giving his remarks during the opening of the 2nd International Conference on “Water Infrastructure and Sustainable Energy Futures in a Changing Environment, ” held at NM-AIST on 12th September 2018 emphasized the need of collaboration in joint research, internship, exchange program, scholarship in enhancing knowledge sharing.
Prof. Chary Rangacharyulu’s conducting a training session on 2018 “Nuclear Technology for Water and Food Security Workshop” at Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST).
THE CHANCELLOR’S VISIT TO NM-AIST
H.E Dr. Mohamed Gharib Bilal , pay a visit to NM-AIST from today August 6 to 7, 2018, since his second appointment as the Chancellor of The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST).
THE NM-AIST NELSON MANDELA SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION (SETI) WEEK.
NM-AIST organizing the 6th Nelson Mandela “SETI” week from 16th – 20July 2018 at Tengeru, Arusha.2018 theme of SETI is “Contribution of science and technology in industrial growth in Tanzania.
The Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Prof. Alfred S. Sife(1st left),the Director, Institute of Continuing Co-Operative Education, Justinian Bamanyisa (2ndleft) and The Centre Leader for WISE-Futures ,Dr. Hans C. Komakech (3rd right) during first partnership meeting with CECIC at Moshi Co-operative University(MoCU) on 2nd July 2018.
NM-AIST AWARD EVENT
The Deputy Centre Leader (Wise-Futures) and Lecturer,Dr Yusufu Jande received an award for best worker and skilled worker for 2017/2018 financial year,from Vice Chancellor of NM-AIST Prof.Emmanuel J Luoga on 4 July 2018,the events took place in the Vice Chancellor office.
WATER QUALITY TECHNICAL MEETING
Water Quality Technical meeting participants at Wise-futures Center, at Nm-AIST Arusha.