Malawi University of Science and Technology launch innovation scholar programme

Malawi University of Science and Technology (Must)is launching innovation programme to build capacity among administrators, faculty members, students and other stakeholders.

Malawi University of Science and Technology  in Thyolo

The programme will be launched on Tuesday at the Must campus in Thyolo.

According to Dr David Mkwambisi, the head of industrial research at Must, the programme which will run until 2020,  will focus on health, automatic financial management systems and establishing innovation groups, among others.

Said Mkwambisi: “We are also interested in working with individual Malawians that are already doing innovations and technologies to solve specific problems.”

The programme is funded by USAid to the tune of $2 million (about K735 million).

 

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Johni
Johni
1 year ago

The dollar to kwacha conversion is wrong, if anything this should be K1.4 billion

JJ Mbewe/pathfinder
JJ Mbewe/pathfinder
1 year ago

Damn, this infrastructure has changed the face of Thyolo. It is even better than Chanco. Aja aChakwera akukakamila chanco yao aja asiileni, maso awo atseka akuti saakuona ndi (must) campus yomweyi yomwe yabwera ndi boma la DPP.

Wow?
Wow?
1 year ago

Chitsime chimadziwika kuya kwache chikaphwa. Bingu had great vision. MHSRIEP

Kawawa
Kawawa
1 year ago

Congrats David Dalison Mkwambisi , you are a performer.. Malawi needs people like you.

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