Workshops & Seminars

Publications from training workshops

iAGRI facilitates relevant short-term training workshops for higher learning in Tanzania to enable students, professors, government officials, and the private sector to better manage food security across the country. Below you will find presentation materials from past iAGRI-sponsored workshops.

Research in Community and International Nutrition
Prof. Won Song, PhD, MPH, RDN – Michigan State University
Jan 13, 2016

Application of edible insects in enriching complementary foods made from common plant sources
Mercy Mmari
Dec 21, 2016

Implications of Use of Soil Enzymes and Microbial Diversity in Managing Sustainable Systems Research
Prof. Ramble O. Ankumah, Tuskegee University
July 5, 2016

Utilization of Sweet Potato Endogenous Amylases for the Development of Sweet Potato Weaning Porridge
Dr. Agnes Nabubuya
Makerere University
May 12, 2016

Probiotics: What is Africa Doing?
Ivan Muzira Mukisa, Makerere University
May 11, 2016

Leading Change
Robert J. Birkenholz, Ohio State University
May 3, 2016

Using Program Planning Models to Implement Outreach Education: Programs that Work
Scott D. Scheer, Ohio State University
February 2, 2016

The Spread of Maize Lethal Necrosis in East Africa 
Peg Redinbaugh, Research Leader and Research Plant Molecular Geneticist USDA/ARS
February 16, 2016

Land Ownership Security and Investments Incentives in a Matrilineal Social System in  Malawi
Prof. Charity Chonde, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources
December 16, 2015

An Overview of the Dairy Industry in Zimbabwe
Prof. Petronella Tapiwa Saidi
Department of Animal Science, University of Zimbabwe
December 10, 2015


A Model of Change for Institutional Capacity Building: Lessons from iAGRI 
Prof. David Kraybill & Laura Alexander
October 22, 2015

Link to video

Collaborative Research Workshop
Prof. Cathy Rakowski
July 18 – 19, 2013

Proper Sampling for Randomized Controlled Trials for Research Workshop
Prof. Mlangwa and Prof. Ngowi
October 1-5, 2012

Research Methods Workshop
Prof. Stanley Thompson
August 6-10, 2012

Gender Analysis Framework Seminar
Prof. Cathy Rakowski
July 23, 2014

Gender Seminar
Prof. Cathy Rakowski
July 31, 2013

Priority Setting Workshop

Following the Needs Assessment workshop, iAGRI brought together members from USAID, SUA, MAFC, OSUC, and the Tanzania Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA). The purpose of this workshop was to to offer an opportunity for a wide range of stakeholders to review, discuss and arrive at a consensus on the gap analysis and to agree on priority areas for future intervention identified in the needs assessment.

Collaborative Research Workshop

This third planning workshop helped conceptualize and finalize the research thematic areas iAGRI is currently supporting.


iAGRI’s Project Director, Prof. David Kraybill having word with the speaker of the National Assembly of Tanzania honorable Job Ndugai at the STAKEHOLDERS STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS CONFERENCE & EXHI... See MoreSee Less

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