Sustainability of Intergenerational Resources
05.-06. September 2023, Kampala, Uganda Makerere University Business School (MUBS) will host the 5th African Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management (ACOSCM) with the…
Master of Business Research (MBR) is a new two-year master's level program offered at the Department of Management Science and Project Planning, Faculty of Business…
Master of Sustainable Management and Operations (SuMO) is a new two-year master's level program offered at the Department of Agricultural Economics, Faculty of Agriculture, University…
The 4th African Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management (ACOSCM) held on 27th - 28thJuly, 2022 in Nairobi. The University of Dar es Salaam won first place in both the best overall paper and best oral presentation categories
The 2022 Autumn School Training held at the University of Dar es Salaam had participants from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Germany. A total of 50 participants and 10 instructors attended the event.
Launch of Bachelor of Commerce in Procurement and Supply chain Management program on 1st December, 2022 at the University of Dar es Salaam Business School. The launch was officiated by Prof. Bonaventure Rutinwa, the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) of the University of Dar es Salaam. The event was also attended by the Dean of the University of Dar es Salaam Business School, Acting Dr Latifa Mbelwa; Kuhne Foundation Global Education Manager, Dr. Daniel Zapata; the Head of Department of General Management, Acting Dr. Gerald Magova; Academic leader Prof. Ulingeta Mbamba and the Coordinator of African Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Operations in Resource Management and Food Supply, Dr. Tumsifu Thomas
Group photo at the launch of the Bachelor of Commerce in Procurement and Supply chain management program
On March 14th and 15th 2023, the National Clean Cooking Stakeholders' Workshop took place in Dodoma, and the participants included the African Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Operations in Resource Management and Food Supply (ACESO) from the University of Dar Es Salaam. During the workshop, ACESO presented their research findings on the use of biomass residue for energy and soil amendments, which could lead to enhanced productivity and sustainable food supply by reducing deforestation and improving soil quality. Their research included an assessment of the energy policy framework, the availability of biomass residue for solid biofuel production, the solid biofuel value chain, market assessment, and a comparative cost-benefit analysis, among other factors. The Centre was represented by Dr. Tumsifu Elly and Dr. Michael John.
A cross section of the workshop participants during the National Clean Cooking Stakeholders' Workshop in Dodoma