The Poland Deputy Ambasador to Tanzania, Dr Ewelina Lubieniecka has paid a visit to the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Studies (CVMBS) on 30th November 2020 to witness the achieved implementation of “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 project. The project facilitated renovation of three laboratories at the college, as well installing modern teaching and practical tools.
speaking to the Principal of the College, the Deputy ambassador expressed her satisifaction to the conducted renovation and improvement and promised that the Government of Poland is willing and ready to keep the good relationship with the Sokoine University of Agriculture and that they will keep supporting the University to achieve her mission and vision.
On his side, the Principal of the CVMBS thanked the government of Poland for the support and promised the Deputy Ambassador that they will utilize the facilities to impart knowledge to students and conduct research as it has the main goal of the college. The Principal assured the Deputy Ambassador that the college will take all measures to ensure that the facilities will remain in good condition.