CARP+ Students Profiles

Students under CARP+ Projects

Osman Adam Ali Yahya is a Sudanese who graduated from University of Gezira with BSc (Honours) degree Division One class Two in Crop protection 2017. He is currently a second year, RUFORUM CARP+ project Scholarship beneficiary, pursuing a Masters in Crops protection with a major focus in Crop protection. Ahmed has worked with Peace University - Elfula (Sudan), between December2018 – 2020 as a volunteer in Crops protection. His agricultural knowledge, and skills are his motivated pillars in this regard, and he,believes it will comfortably make him to drive a change in the step farmers think about some sustainable agricultural interventions starting from the outcomes of his own personal research, and this will his suitable direction to build his career as a scientist among his colleagues in the fields of Agriculture

Mai Abdalla is a Sudanese who graduated from kordofan university with second class upper bachelor’s degree in plant protection 2012.Mai worked part timer Teaching assistant, plant protection lab.unversity of kordofan in2014 .then she employed in the Ministry of agriculture as plant protection in plant protection spector in2017.currently in the second year RUFORum project scholarship beneficial, pursuing a Masters in strengthening Beekeeping value chain in west kordofan of Peace university with a major focus plant protection

Hana Adam is a Sudanese who graduated from Omdurman Islamic University with a very good honor bachelor’s degree in food sciences and technology 2012. She is currently a second year, RUFORUM CARP+ project Scholarship beneficiary, pursuing a Master’s degree in Strengthening Beekeeping Value Chain in Peace University with a major focus in physico-chemical properties of bee honey.

Hana is working with Technology Transfer and Extension Department (TTED) – Ministry of Agriculture – N.Kordofan State (Sudan) as an agricultural extension officer, since 2013.During this period, she joined many developmental projects dealt with transfer of technology among rural producers to improve/increase their products and income, through added value (e.g. some IFAD funded projects). She gained astrong experience in this field and believes that this will get her to create a change in the way farmers think about some sustainable agricultural interventions starting from the outcomes of her own personal research and this will indeed be the best opportunity for her to build her career as an extensionist.

Amani Al-Tayyeb Al-Awad, a Sudanese national, graduated from the University of Gezira. She obtained a higher bachelor’s degree in Agriculture and Resources in 2004 and works as an agricultural engineer in the General Administration of Agriculture and Livestock and is currently in the second year of the RUFORM CARD grant and continues to obtain a master’s degree in crop science from Al Salam University (Sudan) with a major focus on the impact of bees on Production of orange trees.
Amani worked as a supervisor for the extension program in the IFAD project (Sudan), and worked on projects of the Zakat Diwan in the production of maize crop in the agricultural survey program in the state of South Kordofan and the state of North Kordofan (Sudan) and worked as a decision in the Department of Rainfed Agriculture. Her vision is that development is important to her as an agricultural engineer and helps provide solutions to many problems, aided by her long experience in the agricultural field.

Ahmed Siddig Abdallataef Ebead is a Sudanese who graduated from University OF Gezira with a first class upper bachelor’s degree in Crop protection 2014. He is currently a second year, RUFORUM CARP+ project Scholarship beneficiary, pursuing a Masters in Crops protection of Peace University with a major focus in Crop protection. Ahmed has worked with Peace University - Elfula (Sudan), between December 2018 – 2020 as a volunteer in crops protection. His agricultural background is his strongest pillar in this regard and he believes it will comfortably get him to create a change in the way farmers think about some sustainable agricultural interventions starting from the outcomes of his own personal research and this will indeed be the best opportunity long awaited for him to build his career as a scientist

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