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Funded Projects

Total Count: 101

SN Title Sector Start Date Host Status
31 Development of Bioactive Products for Pest and Disease Management from Tanzanian Wild Mushrooms Agricultural Sciences July, 2014 MBULU completed
32 Treatment of heavy metals contaminated waste water in the mining areas using smart nanomaterials adsorbents Natural Sciences July, 2013 NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH - DSM (NIMR) completed
33 Palaeoanthropological and Palaeoecological Research at Pli-Plestocene Laetoli in Northern Tanzania Humanities July, 2013 ST. FRANCIS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND ALLIED SCIENCES (SFUCHAS) completed
34 Contribution of Information and communication technologies for gender empowerment and sustainable poverty reduction . A comparative case study of Tanzania and South Engineering and Technology July, 2013 MUHIMBILI UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH AND ALLIED SCIENCES (MUHAS) completed
35 Targeting disease- specific alternative splicing signature with natural products that may serve as novel drugs or lead compounds Medical and Health Sciences July, 2013 UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM (UDSM) completed
36 Synthesis of Semiconductor Nanopartcles using renewable natural occuring resources from Castor oil and Cashew nuts Shells as Capping Agents Natural Sciences July, 2013 UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM (UDSM) completed
37 Valorising the Potential of Medicinal plants for Treatment of HIV Medical and Health Sciences July, 2013 SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (SUA) completed
38 Improvement of Cashew and Cassave crops production through bio-prospecting a newly found macro-fungal parasites and promoting beneficial utilization of natural bio-pesticides for controlling deseases to some indigeneous crops in Southern Africa regions Agricultural Sciences July, 2013 UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM (UDSM) completed
39 Application of Embryo Transfer (ET) Technology to improve cattle productivity in Tanzania Agricultural Sciences July, 2013 SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (SUA) completed
40 Developing a living Lab Framework for co-creation of innovation between South Africa and Tanzania Engineering and Technology July, 2013 DAR ES SALAAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (DIT) completed