PhD student beneficiary of ACE IRPM & BTD Project, Dr. Amina Issae in Pest Management Centre presents her PhD research proposal earlier on 24th November 2020.

One among PhD student beneficiary of ACE IRPM & BTD Project, Dr.  Amina Issae in Pest Management Centre presents her PhD research proposal earlier on 24th November 2020.

The presentation take place in Pest Management Centre’s Board Room in which different level of SUA Academicians and other Bachelor, Masters and PhD students attend the presentation.

Dr. Issae’s PhD studies is sponsored by ACE IRPM& BTD Project under Pest Management Centre in Sokoine University of Agriculture. Speaking to respond the questions from discussants, Dr. Issae gives a bundle of thanks to the discussants with respect to the project that offer her a full funded sponsorship.

Africa Centre of Excellence for Innovative Rodent Pest Management and Biosensor Technology Development (ACE IRPM & BTD or RAT-TECH Project) established on 2017  at Sokoine University of Agriculture in Pest Management Centre, Tanzania based on strengthening Science, Technology and Innovation in Rodent biology and Management in developing African – appropriate innovation that will reduce the impact of rodents on people’s live hood so as to build capacity in rodent research, biosensor technology and technological innovations for Rodent Pest Management through PhD and MSc training programs.