Country – Zimbabwe
Writtle University College
Course – MSc Crop Production (Horticulture)
Danisa is married and has two children. He attended Gwebi Agricultural College where he obtained a higher national Diploma in Horticultural science 2000-2001, University of South Africa – 2015 Qualification B Tec Horticulture.
Danisa currently works for the Ministry of Higher Education at Harare Polytechnic in Zimbabwe, as a Horticulture Lecturer. His roles and responsibilities are:
Danisa thinks that knowledge and skill transfer is key in development, so will on returning home facilitate training of smallholder farmers through workshops, short learning programmes and exhibits. His extension officers will be enabled through a review of the curriculum.
University: Reading University
Course: MSc Communication for Development
Taruvinga attended University of Zimbabwe where he qualified in 2017 in B.Ed. Adult Education. He is working for the University of Zimbabwe as chief technician in animal house welfare. His roles and responsibilities are:
On returning home Taruvinga would like to establish an agricultural extension resource centre. It would offer technical backstopping advisory services to field level development workers and provide specific professional enhancement course for these field level extension workers.READ CASE STUDY
Elias is currently a Programme Officer responsible for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) with the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development in Harare. Since returning home Elias has shared his new found knowledge with other members of staff and his community.
Munyaradzi is employed as an Argicultural Consultant specialising in rural community development. His main responsibility is to train and exchange innovations for sustainable agriculture practices within the rural communities of Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia. The Masters Programme provided Munyaradzi with innovative ways to implement livestock production.
Ashley is employed as a Cheetah Education and Research Officer for The Markell Zimbabwe Trust. He works with NGOs sharing much needed sustainable development and geographical knowledge for ongoing conservation programmes.
Chamberlain put into practice the market development experience and horticulture knowledge he acquired over his year of study. He plans to start a smallholder fresh produce out-grower scheme with a central pack house aiming to move from the domestic market into export.
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