About Inyala Agricultural Training Institute
The Inyala Agricultural Training Institute, commonly referred to as Chuo cha Kilimo MATI Inyala – Uyole ,
MATI Uyole is located at longitude 330 22’E and latitude 8055’S.It is about 8 Km east of Mbeya along the Tanzania Zambia highway. At an elevation of 1798 the Institute enjoys a cool climate for most part of the year. Temperature falls as low as-7°C June and July. The average annual rainfall is around 965mm. The rain season extends from November to May. Soils are volcanic in origin with a pH of 6.5.
The history of MATI Uyole dates back to 1968 when the Tanzania government decided to establish an Agriculture Training and Research joint project with the government of Nordic Countries~ An agreement was reached in 1970s, when construction works~ begin. Training activities commenced in January 1975. The first intake of in-service students was a three-month course in Agromechanization. The first diploma and certificate students were enrolled in July 1975. In March 1976 the project became a semi—autonomous parastatal organization known as Uyole Agricultural Center.
The later was reconverted to a government institution—called MARTI Uyole in 1993.MARTI Uyole is an acronym for Ministry of Agriculture Researchand Training Institute. Departmental re-organization in Ministryleading to separation of Training and Research Institute activities have necessitated changing from MARTI to MATI.MATI Uyole is undoubtedly the most modern and largest among other sister Institutions offering agricultural training in Tanzania, with capacity of accommodating around 500 resi- dent students.
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