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SUA 2024/2025 Admissions

Welcome to the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) Community! We are excited to announce that the application window for undergraduate programs at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) will soon be open. The first application window begins on 15th July 2024. READ MORE: USEFUL INFORMATION INFORMATION ABOUT University Vision and Mission Facts and Figures Corporate Strategic […]

Best wishes in your exams

To SUA Community, On behalf of SUA Management, we would like to wish all the students of Sokoine University of Agriculture, the best of luck in their upcoming exams

Call for MSc and PhD Partial Scholarship at Sokoine University of Agriculture

Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) is offering a range of scholarship opportunities for prospective PhD and master’s students. The university is inviting applications for these scholarships, which are funded through various initiatives such as the African Plant Nutrition Institute and the INTERACT-Africa program. Successful applicants will receive financial support for their studies, with the maximum […]

SUA in collaboration with Climate Resilience and Adaptation in Tropical Drylands (CLARITY) will help to solve water problem in Dodoma

It has been stated that the Innovation Lab under the Climate Resilience and Adaptation in Tropical Drylands (CLARITY) Project, which involves various stakeholders seeking solutions to the challenges of climate change and its impacts on groundwater availability, can help address the challenge of water availability in Dodoma city. The CLARITY project, which is led by […]

Comparative assessment of woody species diversity, structure and carbon stock of PFM and Non-PFM forests and its implication for REDD+ in Ethiopia

L Tiki, M Tolera, JM Abdallah, K Marquardt – Trees, Forests and People, 2024 – Elsevier Maintaining forest biodiversity and carbon sequestration potential of forest resources enhances the provision capacity of forest ecosystem services. Experience from around the world and in Ethiopia has shown that shifting forest management from state-centred to community-centred arrangement can result in a better forest […]

The Roles of the Small and Medium Enterprises along the Forest-Based Value Chain in Ruvuma Region, Tanzania

Doreen Kanule Rubaratuka*, Jumanne Moshi Abdallah, Lynder Gesase & Neema Mabure Kitasho Sokoine University of Agriculture, P. O. Box 3011, Morogoro, Tanzania. * Author for Correspondence ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0009-0005-7584-1263; Email: dorinekanule@gmail.com Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) contribute to the nation in both an economic and social sphere. However, the information on the roles which SMEs […]