Focusing on agricultural and water sectors, WaMSA teaches innovative solutions for knowledge development, nutrition sensitivity, climate resilience, income generation, teacher training, and youth empowerment. Complementing DBTAfrica's hands-on curriculum, students, alongside local farmers and extension workers/agents learn best-practices in horticulture and animal husbandry from skilled agronomists, improving undernourished communities' health.
Almost 800 million people lack access to safe, clean drinking water. Over 800 million people around the world are undernourished. These are key statistics that led to the development of WaMSA, an innovative solution to break the chains of poverty and enable rural communities to meet their fundamental human needs.
Designed to transfer knowledge, WAMSA is a hands-on curriculum that incorporates the collaborative water and agricultural expertise of Israeli NGO's innovation:Africa and CultivAid at the Don Bosco Technical Institute in Dodoma, Tanzania.
The "Center of Excellence" supports teacher training, youth development, job
creation, economic empowerment and agribusiness.
The joint program of technology and knowledge transfer supports community
development and improves the livelihood of impoverished villages.
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