100 youth leave for agric capacity building in Israel
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Dar es Salaam, Sept. 11 -- In a bid to revolutionize agricultural industry in the country, the government has dispatched additional 100 students to study 'applied modern agricultural techniques' in Israel.
Speaking in Dar es Salaam recently to bid them a farewell, Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation Permanent Secretary (PS), Dr Faraji Mnyepe said that Tanzania and Israel have been cooperating for a long time and will continue to do so to improve also in different sectors including agriculture, information and communication technology as well as in health.
The PS further pointed out that: "It is a great opportunity for you as you will acquire knowledge on modern agriculture, and I hope you will use the skills to improve our coun...
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