Happy Nane Nane (Farmer's Day)!

HALI Principal Investigator Prof. Kazwala speaks to the Minister and the SUA leaders about our One Health surveillance and viral detection work and how HALI is contributing to improvements in health and livelihoods for Tanzania's rural communities.

HALI Principal Investigator Prof. Kazwala speaks to the Minister and the SUA leaders about our One Health surveillance and viral detection work and how HALI is contributing to improvements in health and livelihoods for Tanzania's rural communities.

HALI team members presented on project successes and achievements during the Nane Nane exhibition 1st-8th August 2017 in Morogoro. Nane Nane is a a national event celebrated each year in Tanzania to recognize farmers' contribution to the economy. On the opening day of the exhibition.HALI's Principal Investigator Prof. R. Kazwala spoke with government officials including the Principal of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Prof. Kipanyula, the Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism Prof. Jumanne Maghembe who was the guest of honour at the event, the Vice Chancellor Sokoine University of Agriculture Prof. R. Tihelwa Chibunda and the Morogoro region commissioner Dr. Steven Kebwe.

Prof. Kazwala (at right) and Prof. Kipanyula (1st from left), the Minister of Natural resources and Tourism Prof. Jumanne Maghembe (2nd from left), SUA Vice Chancellor Prof. R. Tihelwa Chibunda (3rd from left) and the Morogoro region commissioner Dr. Steven Kebwe (4th from left).

Prof. Kazwala (at right) and Prof. Kipanyula (1st from left), the Minister of Natural resources and Tourism Prof. Jumanne Maghembe (2nd from left), SUA Vice Chancellor Prof. R. Tihelwa Chibunda (3rd from left) and the Morogoro region commissioner Dr. Steven Kebwe (4th from left).