“I would like to express my gratitude to the government for receiving us and providing guidance and relevant procedures in a timely manner. So far, we have been allocated an area of approximately 60 hectares in Makunduchi, Nganani Ward, South Unguja Region,” said Prof. Pallangyo.
He added, “In the academic year 2023/2024, TIA plans to commence training for a certificate in Accounting and Human Resources, as well as a Master’s degree in Accounting, Procurement and Supply, and Human Resources Management. These courses will be conducted at the rented building of Sheikh Thabit Kombo.
The initial steps of construction have already begun in the Makunduchi area. In the fiscal year 2023/2024, ‘The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania, through the Ministry of Finance, has allocated three billion Tanzanian Shillings for the design of a comprehensive land use plan, soil testing, architectural design, and construction,”. said Prof. Pallangyo.
Prof. Pallangyo also emphasized the strategic plan for research priorities in Tanzania from 2021/2022 to 2025/2026, highlighting the importance of investing in applied research to achieve economic and social development goals in the country.
“It underscores the need for researchers and academics to focus on applied research within proposed areas such as Business Management, Investment, and other strategies to promote business in the current globally competitive environment, not only within the country but also internationally,” said Prof. Pallangyo.
In conclusion, Professor Pallangyo stated that after this conference, participants will visit various attractions in Zanzibar, contributing to the government’s efforts to promote and enhance tourism in the country.