为了确保小农户从他们的活动中受益，农业部已经进入农业部。据透露，该公司已经与索科因农业大学（SUA）等研究机构达成协议。农业部副部长侯赛因·巴希（Hussein Bashe）先生最近在达累斯萨拉姆（Dar es Salaam）举行的农业综合企业论坛上披露了这一消息。 坦桑尼亚农业委员会（ACT）主席杰奎琳·麦金迪（Jacqueline Mkindi）博士质问：“我们的大学每年都举行毕业典礼。例如，SUA每年产生不少于2500名毕业生，但是这些毕业生去哪儿了？
To ensure that small farmers benefit from their activities, the Ministry of Agriculture has entered the Ministry of Agriculture. According to reports, the company has reached agreements with research institutions such as Socoin Agricultural University (SUA). Hussein Bashe, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, recently disclosed the news at the Agribusiness Forum in Dar es Salaam. Dr. Jacqueline Mkindi, Chairman of the Tanzanian Agricultural Commission (ACT), asked: "Our university holds graduations every year. For example, SUA produces no less than 2,500 graduates each year, but these Where did the graduates go?
Why do we still lack professional talents in the agricultural field? In response, Mr. Brazil said that given the country's structure, SUA is under the Ministry of Education, so their research is more academic and funded by external donors, so they are not fully focused on improving local farmers. "As A ministry we decided to enter into an agreement (MoU) with the Tanzania Agricultural Research Institute (Tari) and SUA to understand how their research will help our farmers. He added: "Basically, SUA and government departments should become partners, which is our direction so that we can move the field forward. "