Ndalichako Congrats UDSM
Minister Ndalichako gave this compliment in Dar es Salaam when he celebrated the fifth week of the University of Dar es Salaam Research Week where he said research has contributed to the growth of Science, Technology and Innovation.
Prof. Ndalichako said the Fifth Phase government is committed to building a industrial economy aimed at ensuring that there are industries that are used to produce products and provide services to the Tanzanian community and help increase youth employment.
“The Government through the Science and Technology Commission provided eight Tanzanian Institutions to the amount of Tshs. 3 billion and two hundred million shillings while Zanzibari Tshs. to make a strong contribution to our country's industrial operation for the purpose of strengthening our country's economy ”She emphasized Minister Ndalichako.
Commenting on the Minister's Research Week Minister Ndalichako says it gives stakeholders the research and innovative platform to know the types of research activities being conducted; what part there are gaps and challenges; and what strategic plans are needed to bridge the gaps and solve the challenges identified.
"As a nation, we have a great responsibility and many opportunities to use research, innovation and entrepreneurship especially through the education sector to accelerate the development of industries in the country. By doing so, it will enable the Government's five-phase Government initiative. Alcohol Joseph Magufuli and the National Vision of 2015, to ensure that Tanzania reaches the status of a central and industrialized industry, "She emphasized Minister Ndalichako
In addition, the Minister has said the ministry has developed a guide to the development and development of innovation, creativity and knowledge in the country to create and promote the motivation of science, technology and innovation in community activities and development and thus increase its contribution to the economy
Speaking at the ceremony the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Dar es Salaam, Prof. William Anangisye said the university will continue to oversee the study of the research as it is one of the most important criteria in the world-class quality.
“In ensuring that the university returns to its philosophy, we have allocated a total of one billion shillings in the 2019/20 budget to enable lecturers and experts to do research,” She said.