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International Partnerships

Ministries of the United Republic of Tanzania

Letter of Intent

Letter of Intent Between Ministries of the United Republic of Tanzania and The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA

Ohio State Contact Information

  • The Ohio State University, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Engineering & College of Engineering

International University Contact Information

  • Ministries of the United Republic of Tanzania

Location of International University

  • Tanzania

Purpose/Objective

  • In recognition of the role a major land-grant university such as The Ohio State University can play in emerging nations by providing innovative solutions to real world problems; and in recognition of the commitment of the Tanzanian Government to the UN Millennium Development Goals and to improving the personal and economic well-being of its citizens, The Ohio State University (OSU) agrees to continue to pursue the framing, funding, and execution of a water and energy pilot program (the “Pilot”) for 125 villages and towns in Tanzania designed by the Minister of Water and Irrigation.
  • The Objectives of this Letter of Intent shall include but not be limited to the following
    • The development of a collaborative Water and Energy Project between Ohio State and the Tanzanian Government that will focus on creating a new sustainable model for retrofitting inoperable wells in Tanzania

Duration of the Agreement

  • This Agreement will be in force for a period of three (3) years from October 20, 2016 to October 20, 2019. It may be renewed for additional period of determined length if both institutions, upon acting independently, agree in writing, to renew it at least three months before it expires.

 

 

Note: Please see entire agreement for details

Letter of Intent

Between

Ministries of the United Republic of Tanzania

and

The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA

Ohio State Contact Information

·         The Ohio State University, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Engineering & College of Engineering

International University Contact Information

·         Ministries of the United Republic of Tanzania

Location of International University

·         Tanzania

Purpose/Objective

·         In recognition of the role a major land-grant university such as The Ohio State University can play in emerging nations by providing innovative solutions to real world problems; and in recognition of the commitment of the Tanzanian Government to the UN Millennium Development Goals and to improving the personal and economic well-being of its citizens, The Ohio State University (OSU) agrees to continue to pursue the framing, funding, and execution of a water and energy pilot program (the “Pilot”) for 125 villages and towns in Tanzania designed by the Minister of Water and Irrigation.

·         The Objectives of this Letter of Intent shall include but not be limited to the following:

1.    The development of a collaborative Water and Energy Project between Ohio State and the Tanzanian Government that will focus on creating a new sustainable model for retrofitting inoperable wells in Tanzania

Duration of the Agreement

·         This Agreement will be in force for a period of three (3) years from October 20, 2016 to October 20, 2019. It may be renewed for additional period of determined length if both institutions, upon acting independently, agree in writing, to renew it at least three months before it expires.

Note: Please see entire agreement for details