The Vice-Chancellor of the University for Development Studies (UDS), Prof. Gabriel Ayum Teye has on behalf of UDS, received equipment worth 4,855 Euros from the German International Cooperation (GIZ). The brief ceremony was held at the forecourt of the UDS Central Administration, Tamale on January 17, 2017.
The equipment which included a biological microscope, a laptop, an LCD projector and an HP LaserJet printer, were presented by Mr. David Tette of the German International Cooperation (GIZ) to support Dr. Charles Adarkwa, a returning expert who studied in Germany and has returned to lecture at UDS.
The initiative is meant to support returning experts who have studied in Germany and have returned to build capacity. “Returning experts from Germany can apply for equipment to enable them impart the knowledge they have acquired from Germany” Mr. Tette explained.
To grace the ceremony were the Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, Prof. George Nyarko and some Senior Members of the same faculty.