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    Twolve students was trained by Faculty of Vet...

    On August.11, 20202. The faculty of Veterinary medicine and animal production certified 12 students after their completion of two months training course at the University of Burao main campus.

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On August.11, 20202. The faculty of Veterinary medicine and animal production certified 12 students after their completion of two months training course at the University of Burao main campus.

The graduates from the Veterinary medicine, Agriculture and other members from the community participated in this training to acquire the necessary skills. The Dean of faculty of Vet Medicine and Animal Production remarked his address at the ceremony; "The aim of this ceremony is to testify and certify to the students who finished their training program. The trained students were doctors from Veterinary Medicine, Agriculture engineers and other participants from the community. This course was a skills training program in order to perform according to the new policies of the University that emphases that every student that has completed a university program should be equipped with skills. The typical mindset should not be that all students would end up with an office job, but they should be able to establish their own business or use the acquired skills in a practical manner."



After the beekeeping training course has come to conclusion, trainees should be able to start their own production. The vice chancellor of the University of Burao invited to talk to students about their achievements. He said: "The bee is an animal that Allaah has mentioned in the Holy Qur'an. The bee presents us with an opportunity for us to benefit from and is easily accessible. It is a natural source of honey and other materials freely available in our environment, and does not require much effort to acquire. Therefore, the byproducts of the Bee are a means of success for us and will hopefully open new doors of opportunities."

Therefore, students have demonstrated that Bees have many byproducts fabricated from, honey wax and its derivatives, such; candles, hair cream, face cream and other materials that produced by the students.



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