10th September, the executive vice chairman of the University Council and vice president of ECNU Ren Youqun met with secretary general of Sino-Tanzanian Friendship Association, Joseph Kahama, during his visit to the African Studies Center of ECNU.
Secretary general Joseph Kahama of Sino-Tanzanian Friendship Association visited ECNU.
Educational exchanges with Tanzania have increased over the years in light of sustained and in-depth cooperation with renowned universities in Tanzania, such as University of Dar es Salaam and Nelson Mandela University of Technology. These exchanges are devoted to cooperation in African history studies, state key laboratory of estuarine and coastal research (SKLEC), master of education programs and joint PhD programs.
Vice president of ECNU Ren Youqun met with secretary general Joseph Kahama.
Mr. Kahama spoke highly of the initiatives put forth by ECNU and University of Dar es Salaam (UDS). An alumnus of UDS, Kahama noted his full support to the idea of further cooperation between the two universities as a way to improve Sino- African exchanges in education.
ECNU's visitor also held discussions with the head of Department of History over issues concerning the workstation founded in University of Dar es Salaam and co-publishing of books in Swahili language. In addition, Mr. Kahama was renewed as a visiting professor of African Studies Center at ECNU.
Mr. Kahama is renewed as a visiting professor of African Studies Center at ECNU.
The Sino-Tanzanian Friendship Association is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose aim is to promote understanding and friendship between Tanzanian and Chinese people, expanding bilateral communication and cooperation for mutual development between the two countries.
Tanslated by Siyuan Zhang Proofread by Mayfield Joshua Reviewd by Wenjun Guo