Kebbi receives $1 million funding
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Kebbi State UKebbi receives $1 million fundingniversity of Science and Technology, Aliero has received $1 million funding for three research projects.
The funds came from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The fund will cover three main projects; building capacity for the control of cassava virus, control of Yambedna virus and controlling viruses in some root and tuber crops
The Acting Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Bello Malami, made this known to Tuesday, when he inaugurated a Bio-technology Laboratory and Screen House built by the Foundation.
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Malami said that the Foundation had immensely assisted the university in its research projects and staff capacity building which had improved the teaching and learning environment.
According to him, “Our staff wrote proposals which were accepted by the Foundation; this university has three projects sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to enhance learning,” Kebbi receives $1 million funding
Team leader of West Africa Virus Epidemiology (WAVE) Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed, in his remarks, said that one project focused on building capacity for the control of cassava virus
“Aside the control of cassava virus in northern Nigeria, another research focused on the control of Yambedna virus, with another centered on controlling viruses in some root and tuber crops,” he added.
hopes these funds will be used as said by the University management. Feel free to share your opinions with the Community. Kebbi receives $1 million funding