His roles and responsibilities are: On returning home Atindana will disseminate all knowledge gained through field activities, training and capacity building through a planned schedule.He will also apply skills in his activities where people will have the opportunity to learn.Build linkages with financial institutions)Job hopes to gain knowledge on the use of information technology as a key component in disseminating extension services to farmers in his region.Agriculture being a devolved component extension services has become a challenge, thus introduction of IT will assist in reaching more farmers at the same time leading to commercialising agriculture.His job involves: On completing his MSc Gilbert would like to form community animal welfare committees aimed at bringing awareness to communities on animal awareness issues for domesticated animals, given that there is a huge knowledge gap as far as animal welfare is concerned.Florence Achieng Agunda FROM Kenya Course: Marshal Papworth 10 Week Short Course University: Harper Adams University Year of completion: 2019 Marshal Papworth Short Course – Harper Adams University – 2019 Florence works voluntarily for the Ugurja community resource centre as a Community Mobilizer.Her roles and responsibilities are: On returning home Talato hopes her training will allow her to better organize her work in production and allow her to train more than 2,000 women who she works with in agriculture.
Gilbert is currently working as a Program Manager Animal Well-Being for Heifer International in Lilongwe Malawi.
Ramatu Saaka FROM Ghana Course: Marshal Papworth 10 Week Short Course University: Harper Adams University Year of completion: 2019 Marshal Papworth Short Course – Harper Adams University – 2019 Ramatu is a Field Officer working for Tree-Aid based in Yendi municipality. She attended Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 2016 – Qualification BSc Natural Resources Management.
Her roles and responsibilities are: Ramatu hopes the course will equip her with knowledge to boost the crop and animal production in the northern region of Ghana.
He attended the Bolgatanga Polytechnic in 2013 – Qualification higher national diploma in Agricultural Engineering.
His roles and responsibilities are: Joseph hopes to gain practical exposure of modern agricultural practices that can build his capacity to train other staff and farmers to adopt, and improve good practices for better yields when he returns home.
He attended The Catholic University of Eastern Africa in 2014 – Qualification – BSc Sustainable Human Development.