The Permanent Secretary for Livestock Sector in the Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Prof. Elisante Ole Gabriel has visited the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences on 23rd April, 2019. During his visit Prof. Gabriel was able to visit Animal Referral Hospital and was highly impressed with activities done at the hospital. Read more about the visit
Each year, SUA organizes the Sokoine Memorial Week to celebrate the life and legacy of Hon. Edward Moringe Sokoine not only due to fact that the University has been named after him, but largely because of his commitment to development of Tanzania focusing greatly to the ordinary Tanzanians.
The Sokoine Memorial week 2019 is scheduled to take place from 9th to 12th April, 2019 at the main campus of Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) in Morogoro, Tanzania. The theme for this year is “Agricultural productivity and Industrialization for Tanzania’s Development: Lessons from Edward Moringe Sokoine and Prospects for the Future”.
During this event CVMBS will showcase various technologies and solutions that will improve animal and public health sectors in Tanzania.
On 10th and 11th April 2019 there will be parallel sessions of Scientific Conference organized in subthemes including Sustaining animal health and livestock productivity.
YOU ARE ALL WELCOME TO VISIT CVMBS EXHIBITION AT SUA MAIN CAMPUS
Dr. Modesta Makungu has been appointed as new Head of the Department of Veterinary Surgery and Theriogenology to replace Prof. Donald Mpanduji who was appointed as the College Principal and later appointed as the Deputy Vice Chancellor - Planning, Finance and administration of the University of Dodoma. All CVMBS Staff wishes Dr.Makungu all the best in her new responsibilities
Former Principal of The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) has been appointed as the Deputy Vice Chancellor - Planning, Finance and administration of the University of Dodoma for the period of four (4) years from 15th March 2019.
All CVMBS Staff wishes Prof. Mpanduji all the best in his new tenure
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) in Collaboration with Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) conducted a tailor-made short course for TANAPA employee on Wildlife Disease Surveillance and Emergency Response from 18th to 23rd March, 2019. The training aimed to enhance competences among TANAPA employees in routine surveillance and responses to disease outbreaks in wild animal populations and consequently reduce the social, human health, economic and ecological impacts of wildlife disease outbreaks.
Future course will be tailored for Game Officers and Tour Guides focusing mainly on Wildlife Disease surveillance and Public Health