The Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) is a parastatal organization affiliated with the government of Tanzania. It was created by an act of the Parliament of Tanzania in 1986 as a successor to the Tanzania National Scientific Research Council. The Commission is a subsidiary institution to the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology. Main offices are located in Dar es Salaam
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COSTECH HOSTS KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION AND SYSTEMATIC REVIEW TRAINING ON 8TH TO 12 TH JULY 2013

COSTECH director of social sciences Dr. Francis Mwaijande gives the opening remarks during the knowledge translation and systematic review training.

Dr Harriet Nabudere (left) from Kampala University College of Health Sciences presents about Policy briefs. Beside her is Mr Ekwardo A Obuku from Makerere University.

Dr Harriet Nabudere demonstrates how researchers and decision makers depend on each other in finding solutions to national problems.

COSTECH staff digest important points  from the knowledge translation and systematic review Training

COSTECH Acting Director of Knowledge Management, Mr Faith Shimba observes different process in the systematic Reviews.

DON’T DARE TO MISS THIS WEEK IN PERSPECTIVE AT TBC 1 FRIDAY 12TH JULY 2013 AS THE COMMISSION FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (COSTECH) PARTICIPATES IN THE TOPIC “THE CHANGING ROLE OF UNIVERSITIES AS CENTRES OF EXCELLENCIES”

Panelists of This Week in Perspective ,Prof Sifuni Mchome from the Tanzania Commission for Universities, Prof. Evelyn Mbede from the Ministry of Communication Science and Technology, Dr Hassan Mshinda From the Commission for Science and Technology and  Prof Calestous  Juma from  Harvard Kennedy School of Governance USA

Mr Adam Simbeye (left), Producer and Presenter of  This week in perspective program prepares to ask  some questions to his panelists. With him is COSTECH Director General Dr. Hassan Mshinda

COSTECH Director General Dr Hassan Mshinda(second right) smiles before participating  in the famous program This week in Perspective at TBC 1 studios. With him is Prof. Calestous Juma from  Harvard Kennedy School of Governance USA,Prof. Evelyn Mbede from the Ministry of Communication Science and Technologies, and Prof. Sifuni Mchome, the Director General for the Tanzania Commission for Universities.

This Week in Perspective is a famous Television program produced by TBC 1 and broadcasted every Friday at 21:00 HOURS. This week in perspective focuses on the Smart Partnership Dialogue which was held in Tanzania from 28 June to 1 July 2013  .As a follow up to that Dialogue the program focuses on the Changing Role of Universities as Centres of Excellencies.

PROFFESSOR CALISTIUS JUMA GIVES A PUBLIC LECTURE ABOUT INNOVATIONS IN AGRICULTURE FOR IMPROVED PRODUCTIVITY AND SOCIO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AT COSTECH CONFERENCE HALL ON 2ND JULY 2013

Professor Calestous Juma who is a famous  professor of the practice  of international  Development  and director of the science ,technology and Globalization  Project at Harvard Kennedy School USA gives an overview  about the GMO’s during his public lecture

COSTECH Director General Dr. Hassan Mshinda pays attention to the public  lecture  about the innovations in agriculture for improved productivity and socio economic development at COSTECH conference hall on 2nd July 2013

COSTECH Director of Finance and Administration Hussein Shaaban(right) looks at the power point slides about the next harvest innovation in african agriculture during the public lecture presentation at COSTECH. With him is COSTECH Chief Research Officer Dr Nicholaus Nyange(left).

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