SUZA weights on the 21st Century skills

By Our Staff Reporter, SUZA

 VICE Chancellor of The State University of Zanzibar (SUZA), Professor Moh’d Makame Haji, has called upon Rehabilitation For All Through Digital Innovation and New Competencies (RADIC) members to embark on a transformative impact of the projects towards the development of African countries.

Speaking on behalf of Professor Haji, during the launch of the workshop on Curricular on Digital Rehabilitation Dr.   Hashim Hamza Chande,   The Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Planning, Finance, and Administrations of SUZA reiterated that the project aimed at equipping higher education institutions with the capacity to support and scale the digital solution across  Eastern Africa for social, health and education zone.

He further narrated that the project which brought together university institutions from Finland, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, and Germany will bring diverse expertise to explore education opportunities, foster innovation, and elevate the quality of education.

‘’ The implementation of the  RADIC project in both professional and non-professional communities will cope with advanced technological changes that facilitate easy access to education for in campus, remote and other social affairs’, he added.

RADIC project is a three-year European-Union funded project that started in March last year and is run jointly by eight higher learning institutions including    SUZA, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College (Tanzania), Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology   (Kenya). Moi University (Kenya), The University of Rwanda (Rwanda),  University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) Ltd (Rwanda), JAMK University of Applied Science (Finland), and Hochschule fur Gesundheit (Germany).

Meanwhile, Dr. Chande launched an Online and Blended Learning and Science Communication (BLSC)  workshop for capacity sharing on the use of advanced methods and techniques that emphasize the use of 21st-century skills.

The workshop brought together SUZA, The Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University (KCMUCo) Tanzania, Jimma University (JU) Ethiopia, and the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) Denmark.

Both activities were held at the Institute of  Tourism, SUZA Maruhubi Campus.