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Norwegian Commitment to Collaboration with Tanzania through Sokoine University of Agriculture

The Norwegian government has expressed its steadfast commitment to maintaining a strong collaborative partnership with Tanzania, particularly through its engagement with the esteemed Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA). This enduring cooperation encompasses a range of projects aimed at combating climate change and fostering sustainable development.

During a visit to the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) in Morogoro, Her Excellency Elisabeth Jacobsen, the Ambassador of Norway to Tanzania, witnessed firsthand the university’s innovative initiatives. Of particular note was the university’s emphasis on engaging young people in agriculture, while concurrently expanding employment opportunities for them.

Highlighting the longstanding history of bilateral cooperation between Tanzania and Norway, Ambassador Elisabeth emphasized the desire to perpetuate this fruitful partnership. She affirmed Norway’s commitment to initiate and advance projects focused on addressing climate change, including efforts to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

“We look forward to engaging with the Vice-Chancellor of the University to explore collaborative opportunities with Norwegian universities. While agriculture remains a significant area of cooperation, we also aim to contribute to climate change initiatives,” stated Ambassador Elisabeth.

In response, Professor Raphael Chibunda, the Vice-Chancellor of the Sokoine University of Agriculture, underscored the significance of the Ambassador’s visit in sustaining their cooperative ties.

Our collaboration with Norway spans several decades and has played a pivotal role in strengthening the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism, and the College of Agriculture through the Department of Animal Science. More recently, Norway assisted us in establishing the National Carbon Monitoring Centre (NCMC). Over the years, their financial support for various research projects has been instrumental in the growth of our university,” shared Vice-Chancellor Prof. Chibunda.

He further added that the Ambassador’s visit aligns with the directive of Her Excellency Dr. Samia Suluhu Hassan, the President of the United Republic of Tanzania, urging universities to broaden their horizons by welcoming international students and faculty. The Sokoine University of Agriculture has been proactively reaching out to embassies, including Norway’s, to showcase the university’s progress and foster global awareness.

The Norwegian government’s unwavering dedication to cooperation with Tanzania through the Sokoine University of Agriculture reflects a shared commitment to address climate change and promote sustainable development. This ongoing partnership not only demonstrates the value placed on academia but also the significance of international collaboration in tackling global challenges.


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