Poster and Flier Competition
Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) through CABMACC is supporting the production and distribution of several Information, Education and Communication (IEC) materials that are aimed at addressing the issues on climate change adaptation and mitigation while mainstreaming cross cutting issues of gender and HIV and AIDs. The IEC materials at this particular time should also specifically tackle the current challenges of flooding, siltation and the consequent environmental degradation. This should be related to how this will also affect the socio-economic wellbeing of the people affected with respect to the resources lost during the process.
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The Advance Programme incorporates 2 plenary sessions and 35 parallel sessions in the Scientific Programme with over 140 presenters from 35 countries. The Scientific Programme for IST-Africa 2015 is based on a double blind peer review of Papers submitted to an open Call for Papers which closed on 19 December 2014.
The Advance Programme is available online at . The 5th Annual IST-Africa Living Lab Thematic Working Group Meeting will take place on 05 May as a pre-conference event.www.ist-africa.org/conference2015/default.asp?page=programme-new - click on Day or Printable Version. The Advance Programme is regularly updated online.
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- Hon. Dr. Emmanuel Fabiano, M.P., Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Malawi;
- Mr Anthony Muyepa-Phiri, Director General, National Commission for Science and Technology, Malawi;
- Mr Andrew Kumbatira, Director General, Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority;
- Mr Victor Malewa, Deputy Director, Department of e-Government, Ministry of Information;
- Mr Moctar Yedaly, Head of Information Society Division, African Union Commission;
- Mr Kasirim Nwuke, Innovation and Technology, UNECA;
- Mr Morten Møller, Programme Coordination, DG CONNECT, European Commission, Belgium;
- Dr Pascal Hoba, CEO, UbuntuNet Alliance;
- Dr. Paulos Nyirenda, CEO, SDNP;
- Mrs Bessie Nyirenda, Management Consultant, Malawi Institute of Management; and
- Mr Moses Bayingana, ICT Expert, Information Society Division, African Union Commission
The Malawi Journal of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Development Studies (MAJANDS) is a biannual, peer-reviewed, open access international scientific journal that publishes original research papers, short communications and review papers. Thematic areas appropriate for the Journal include;
- Animal and Veterinary Sciences;
- Aquaculture and Fisheries Sciences;
- Bio-resources Systems, Engineering and Technology;
- Crop Sciences;
- Development Studies;
- Natural Resources, Energy and Climate Change;
- Nutrition and Food Science.
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1. The Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources hasreceived a grant from Japanese Tobacco International (JTI) towards the cost of students’ scholarship and intends to apply part of the funds to cover eligible payments for tuition fees and stipend.
2. The overall goal of the grant agreement is to develop a talent pool of future tobacco experts in Malawi and the specific objectives of the project are to:
(a) Provide scholarships to best students from Agriculture Sciences as specified under section 4 (1) below;
(b) Support students practical research projects on tobacco production; and
(c) Provide holiday Internship programs for some supported students.
- The scholarship shall initially be for one (1) year subject to renewal for another year based on satisfactory performance and achievement of project goals and objectives.
4. Interested candidates should meet the following minimum qualification criteria as set out in the grant agreement:
1. best academic merit scores of students with a GPA of 3.0 from any of the following programmes: Agronomy, Engineering, Economics, Extension and Environmental Sciences;
2. Candidates’ interest in working on burley tobacco production and the type of relevant work the candidate would be interested in.
3. Candidates’ interest in working on burley tobacco production and the type of relevant research the candidate intends to carry out for their final research project.
4. The University Registrar therefore invites applications for scholarship award from interested second year self-sponsored students.
5. The scholarship application forms can be obtained from the Registry.
6. Duly completed scholarship application forms should be returned to the Office of the University Registrar before 15:00 hour’s local time on Friday, 30th January, 2015.