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Funded Projects

Total Count: 101

SN Title Sector Start Date Host Status
51 Enhanced food security and income through promotion, development of drought tolerant maize varieties and establishment of optimum nitrogen rates Agricultural Sciences July, 2011 AGRICULTURE RESEARCH INSTITUTE-DAKAWA/CHOLIMA completed
52 Improvement and up-scaling of a new banana juice extraction technology and commercialization) of proven technologies and services to end-users Agricultural Sciences July, 2011 UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM (UDSM) completed
53 Increasing pig productivity and market off-take of smallholders’ farmers through improved and integrated husbandry practices Agricultural Sciences July, 2011 TANZANIA LIVESTOCK RESEARCH INSTITUTE (TALIRI) UYOLE completed
54 Analytical investigations on hides, skin, leather and leather goods for developing tanneries and leather goods factories for youth empowerment Agricultural Sciences July, 2011 SOKOINE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE (SUA) completed
55 Up scaling of Thermo-tolerant Vaccine Technology for the control of Newcastle disease in Tanzania Agricultural Sciences July, 2011 TANZANIA VETERINARY LABORATORY AGENCY (TVLA)-DAR ES SALAAM completed
56 capacity Building for Commercial Production of Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms Production in Tanzania Medical and Health Sciences July, 2011 HUBERT KAIRUKI MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY (HKMU) completed
57 Evaluation of selected botanicals as rodent repellents in maize fields and stored maize seeds in rural areas Agricultural Sciences July, 2011 ILONGA AGRUCULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (ARI ILONGA) completed
58 Technology transfer (up-scaling and commercialisation) of proven technologies and services to end-users Engineering and Technology July, 2011 CARMATEC-ARUSHA completed
59 Improving indigenous cattle for increased beef production through community based livestock breeding and management schemes Agricultural Sciences July, 2011 TANZANIA VETERINARY LABORATORY AGENCY (TVLA)-DAR ES SALAAM completed
60 Improving indigenous cattle for increased beef production through community based livestock breeding and management schemes Agricultural Sciences July, 2011 TANZANIA VETERINARY LABORATORY AGENCY (TVLA)-DAR ES SALAAM completed