Farm Radio Trust and the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which will see the two institutions benefiting from a symbiotic relationship.
Among other benefits, the MoU will enable FRT to tap expertise in digital innovations from students at the MUST, a development that will revolutionalise the extension service delivery in the agriculture sector, while the MUST will be sending students to FRT for internship, and will also be able to test some of its digital solutions in various sectors through FRT.
In the picture, the FRT Chief Executive Officer, Mr. George Vilili, and the MUST Deputy Vice Chancellor, Prof. Jonathan Makuwira have sealed the partnership that will go a long way in the transformation of the agriculture sector.
FRT is a leading non- governmental organization dedicated exclusively to serving smallholder communities through the provision of ICT based information, communication, extension and advisory services in Malawi with a growing reputation and involvement in program and policy development processes across sub-Saharan Africa, and whose vision is a ‘world that has sustainable livelihoods of farming communities.’

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