ARDHI UNIVERSITY HOSTS THE KICK OFF MEETING OF THE GEO – ICT PROJECT
A team composed of five universities with expertise in GEO – ICT matters is meeting to set a road map on how they can work together towards implementation of the project funded by Finland Government. It is this meeting which will also establish a common understanding about a project.
The project is expected to improve the quality and societal relevance in Geospatial and ICT in the area of research as well as education environment in Tanzania higher education institutions. Other universities involved in this project are including University of Dar es Salaam, Sokoine University of Agriculture, State University of Zanzibar and University of Turku of Finland.
Prof. Niina Kayhko a team leader ( University of Turku) providing a general overview of a project.
Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic affairs Prof. Gabriel Kassenga giving his welcoming word to the participants of a meeting, on the right is Dr. Joseph Mayunga, ARU coordinator of a project.
Deputy Vice Chancellor for Planning, Finance and Administration Prof. Evaristo Liwa making his contribution on expected output of the project.
Participants of a meeting in a group photo.
Danielson Kisanga (University of Dar es Salaam).
Participants of a meeting in a networking session.
Prof. Risto Kalliola ( Turku University) making his contribution during the meeting.
Dr. Job Chaula of Ardhi University.
Dr. Abubakar Diwani of the State University of Zanzibar.
Some of the participants in a meeting session.
Dr. Dorothea Deus of Ardhi University.