Tanzania Veterinary Journal with the support of its sponsors: Sokoine University of Agriculture (College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences) and Tanzania Veterinary Association has entered into partnership with EBSCO Publishing. Through this partnership Full text articles published under the title of Tanzania Veterinary Journal (TVJ) will now be indexed in EBSCO database. EBSCO Publishing (EP) Inc. principal place of business is at 10 Estate Street, Ipswich, Massachusetts, United States of America.
TVJ expect to bank on the experience and large base of EBSCO database subscribers to make its articles more discoverable and reach its intended end users worldwide for better contribution to the development of science and to that of the society.
Visit EBSCO page to learn more about EBSCO. In addition to this and future partnerships, articles published in Tanzania Veterinary Journal will also continue to be accessed through African Journal Online (AJOL). Follow TVJ links in to read the current and previous issues of TVJ
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The SUA Vice Chancellor, Prof Raphael Chibunda visited the recently renovated Microbiology/Parasitology laboratory and insisted on sustainable use of the facility and other laboratory facilities at the college
From left, Prof Raphael Chibunda (VC), Prof Elliot Phiri (Head of Department, Veterinary Physiology), and Prof Amandus Muhairwa (Principal, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences)
The Vice Chancellor made the visit to appreciate the updates on the renovation of the laboratory and installation of new equipment, as part of the ongoing project; “Improving the quality of youth education in veterinary sciences in Tanzania through improvement of teaching conditions at the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences”. The project is funded by the Polish-Aid programme 2019, co-financed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Poland.
Prof Kassanga (Head of Department, Department of Microbiology) explains the progress of the project to the VC
Professor Chibunda urged the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences to build the culture of undertaking regular maintenance of laboratory facilities. He added that one of the best ways of cherishing the donations from college partners is to use internal resources to maintain them and ensure they are sustainably used.
Through the project, the College expects to receive more important laboratory equipment including 24 modern digital microscopes and accompanied teaching facilities.
On course of the ongoing project titled “Improving the quality of youth education in veterinary sciences in Tanzania through improvement of teaching conditions at the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, which is funded by the Polish aid programme 2019, co-financed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Poland. The Deputy Ambassador for Poland in Tanzania, Dr Ewelina Lubieniecka visited the College on 25th November 2019 aiming at evaluating the progress of the implementation of the project Dr Awelina was impressed by the progress made by the project within the shot time of implementation and promised further support to the SUA in meeting its education provision goals.
Reference is made to the ongoing project titled “Improvement of the quality of youth education in veterinary sciences in Tanzania through improvement of teaching conditions” at the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. The project is funded by Polish Aid 2019 Programme, co-financed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Poland, through “Foundation Science for Development (FSD) and College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
Three days training was conducted at the College between 16-21 November 2019 as part of implementation of the project . A total of seven Academic Staff namely Dr. Adrian Materu, Dr. Eliakunda Mafie, Dr. Jahashi Nzalawahe, Dr. Faraja H. Mpagike, Dr. Richard Samson, Dr. Athanas Ngou were trained on Topographical Anatomy and Clinical diagnostic skills on farm and companion animals. The training was a successful and covered both lectures and practical sessions. The training was led by Prof. Maciej Klockiewicz, Prof. Ptach Wieslaw, Dr Karolina Barszcz and Dr Marek Kulka from the University of Warsaw, Poland