33rd graduation ceremony
Student in MA in Project
RDVA activities with the DC of Morogoro District, Hon. Regina R. Chonjo
Bachelor of Rural Develop students in a group photo with the DC of Morogoro District, Hon. Regina R. Chonjo in one of the RDVA activities at Morogoro District Hospital, March 25, 2017
Best 3rd Year student in Bachelor of Rural Development, SILAYO_Veronica_V
College of Social Sciences and Humanities Principal’s Award
Sokoine Memorial
A guest of honor, Hon. Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Charles Tizeba signing a visitors book in the tent of the College of Social Sciences and Humanities at the Solomon Mahlangu College of Science and Education grounds during the Sokoine Memorial Week, April 12, 2017
Students

NEWS & NOTICES

RESEARCH PROJECTS

Laying the foundation for effective lands

Laying the foundation for effective lands

Dr. Sikira, A.N
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The gender related factors on access to and adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy

The gender related factors on access to and adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy

A gendered analysis of climate variability impacts and adaptation

A gendered analysis of climate variability impacts and adaptation in Semi-arid area farming systems and natural resources management-Principal Investigator/Project leader

Research Collaborators (Prof. Urassa, J.K , Prof Nombo, C.I)
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Enhancing climate change adaptation and mitigation capacities of vulnerable

Enhancing climate change adaptation and mitigation capacities of vulnerable communities in eco-villages of different ecosystems of the Uluguru Mountains

Research Collaborators Dr. C. Mahonge, Dr. V. Nsenga, Mr. E.T. Malisa and others

Global Value Project

Research Collaborators Dr. Kenneth M.K. Bengesi and Prof. Carolyne Nombo
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Enhancing Sunflower Production for Poverty Alleviation

"Enhancing Sunflower Production for Poverty Alleviation in Mvomero and Kilosa Districts, Morogoro Region".

Prof A.Z. Mattee, Mr. E.T. Malisa

Sokoine University of Agriculture-E-learning and Problem Based Learning

Sokoine University of Agriculture-E-learning and Problem Based Learning (PBL) Project

Dr. Anna Temu, Mr. R. Andrew

OUTREACH AND PROVISION OF SERVICES

The College of Social Science and Humanities has three outreach arms as briefly explained below.

Mbinga Outreach Centre

Mbinga outreach station

Mbinga outreach station is located in Mbinga district within the Miombo Woodland Agro-ecological Zone. The residents inhabiting areas around this outreach station are the Matengo people. Crops cultivated in this area include coffee which is the main cash crop, and maize, beans, and wheat which are largely food crops. The area is important for its indigenous vegetations of Miombo woodland forest with tree species including Brachystegia spps, and Jubernaldia spp.

Also inhabitants of this place are well recognized by their indigenous farming technology locally termed as ngolo (Matengo pits) which has been practiced over the area for allegedly more than 100 years. This technology conserves soil and water in the steep sloping highlands where crops farming is practiced.

Nyachiro Outreach Centre

Nyachilo outreach station

The Nyachilo outreach station is situated at around 1200 m above sea level in a remote area that neighbors a natural forest managed collaboratively by the central government through department of forest and the local communities through village environmental committees.

Villagers residing around the Nyachilo outreach station (Luguru farmers) are mainly crops farmers whose major crops are cassava, yams, maize, beans and banana. They also practice sustainable natural resource use activities such as beekeeping.


Kibogwa Outreach Centre

Kibogwa outreach station is situated in Kibogwa ward on the downstream area of Nyachilo outreach station around 500m above sea level. Local communities (Luguru farmers) around this outreach station are famous for production of spicy crops including vanilla, clove cardamom, cinnamon and hot pepper. The local communities also grow maize, yams, banana, coconut and upland and rain-fed paddy. The spices are largely intended for improvement of household income.

OUR ADRESS

College of Social Science and Humanities (CSSH)
P. O. Box 3035 Chuo Kikuu, Morogoro, Tanzania
TEL/FAX: +255 023-264360, +255 023 2604279, 4758, Ext. 4404, 4405
Email: cssh@suanet.ac.tz;

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