College of Agriculture, Food, Environment and Climate Science (CAFECS) was established in 2018 with six departments. The college is dedicated to advancing agricultural development through education, research, community engagement, advisory and technology transfer. The college trains at graduate and undergraduate levels in broad areas of agriculture, food, environment and climate science. Currently, CAFECS runs over 9 bachelor and 2 master programs. CAFCS has 74 academic staff, 6 technical assistants and 5 supportive staff. The size of students in the college for the 2021/22 is 457.
The college seeks to be one of the leading agricultural colleges in Ethiopia and renowned in the Africa and thereby contributing its share to the realization of Injibara University’s vision by 2030. The research and community service thematic areas of the college are Food Security, Livelihood Improvement, Environment and Climate Change. The college aspires to excel in Improving Soil Fertility/Acidity, Plant and Animal Breeding, and Greenery. The Strategic Issues of the college can be accessed following this link.
You can click the following links to see all the details about the departments under the college. Detailed information are presented such as background and major activities of the respective department, the staff profiles, list of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, announcements and the like.
Yezibalem Azimeraw (PhD)
Postgraduate, Research and Community Service
Tel: 091 285 8209