Prof. Karuri (left) guiding a post-graduate student during the presentation of Farmed Fish Value Chain Project Progress Report
College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS), through Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FoVM), successfully kicked-off its presentations of progress reports on farmed fish value chain project today.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Partnership for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) Science project dubbed ‘Strengthening Institutional Capacity for Participatory Action Research in Sustainable Aquaculture’ engaged all students whose projects were funded (by USAID-PEER), their supervisors and collaborators from other institutions.
The two day workshop at the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, University of Nairobi, aims at evaluating and reviewing the status ongoing activities in the project. Some of the expected outputs of are; five presentations from Post-Graduate students, assessment of ongoing work in the project evaluated and appropriate changes recommended, assessment of the extent to which students are using participatory methods in their research approach and make recommendations out of them.
Lastly, through research, it will evaluate the extent to which cross cutting issues such as gender and the environment are addressed in current projects.
This event was coordinated by Dr. Joyce Maina.
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