Chargé d’Affaires visits the Faculty of Sciences

Vice Dean of Ndjamena University’s Faculty of Precise and Applied Sciences Dr. Adam Sakine Mahamat Nour (left), a chemist, describes for Chargé d’Affaires Richard Bell (second from left) the medicinal and nutritional properties of a plant on which Dr. Sakine has published research.  Boscia Senegalensis, a traditional food plant in Africa, is a fruit that has potential to improve nutrition and boost food security.  The Faculty’s arboretum was originally established with funding from the U.S. Government.

On February 14, the Chargé presented 31 university textbooks on chemistry and physics to Vice Dean Sakine.