CREATES/DDI Incubation Centre drones for training students in vegetation and animal surveys.
Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) invites applications from suitably skilled, competent, and experienced Tanzanians for the post of the Monitoring &Evaluation officer at its Centre of excellence Water Infrastructure and Sustainable Energy – Futures (WISE- Futures).
The Centre is funded by the World Bank under its eastern and southern Africa Centre of Excellence (ACE) Project. Vacancy: Monitoring & Evaluation officer
1. Qualifications, Knowledge and Essential Attributes:
Holder of Bachelor’s degree in Economics or Statistics or Project Planning from a recognized institution. Knowledge in computer science, project management, monitoring & evaluation, data collection, analysis, and processing is an added advantage. Minimum of two (2) years of professional experience Should have a good command of written and spoken English and Swahili language.
2. Main duties and responsibilities:
The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer will be responsible for the design, coordination and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation, research, and learning framework of the Centre. He/she will develop a systematic monitoring framework to improve the qualitative and quantitative evidence gathered by the Project.Final Advert for M&E-1
Minister for Education Hon Joyce Ndalichako receiving some information from the DDI Incubation centre Principal Investigator, Prof. Hulda Shaidi Swai and incubatee Never Zekaya, on Vuruga Biopesticide when the Parliamentary Committee visited NM-AIST.
The Nane Nane National Agricultural Exhibition Show is a one week (usually from the 1st to 8th August) annually event that aims at showcasing new technologies, ideas, discoveries and alternative solutions that will help to improve the agricultural sector.
Nane Nane refer to the Agricultural Exhibition, eight days fair that takes place every year around 1-8 August every year in various locations of Tanzania. In the Nane Nane Agricultural Exhibition, farmers and other agricultural stakeholders (e.g., universities and research institutes, input suppliers or fertilizer producing industries) showcase new technologies, ideas, discoveries and alternative solutions concerning the agricultural sector. Nane Nane is a fair where government and private firms present their services and activities to the public.
Participation DDI Incubation Centre
DDI Incubation Centre through the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) explored and seized this opportunity to participate into National Nane Nane exhibition that held in Simiyu (at a place famously known as Nyakabindi ground). Three innovations under DDI incubation centre were presented to Simiyu of which are Nutrano flour for combing malnutrition, Omega 3 DHA Superfood for brain development and Vuruga biopestcide for controlling pesticides.
DDI had two booths; one at the main exhibition ground and the second small one positioned to the demo plot.
Closing Ceremony and Prizes
Being the first time for NM-AIST, CREATES and DDI to participate into National Nane Nane exhibition, it managed to score the 3rd position for Higher Learning and Vocational Education Institution. This was abled by the Data Driven Innovation Centre for supporting the event.
Exhibitors preset their innovation in the main booth