1. Assessment of Achievement of the Agricultural Sector development Programme (ASDP) – Returns to Local Infrastructures
  2. Decision Making Tools To Facilitate Village Land Use Planning For Natural Resources Management In Kilimanjaro Region
  3. Study on Livestock Value Chain for Tanzania Investment Bank.
  4. Study on the Structure, Conduct and Performance on the Hides, Skins and Leather sub-sectors in Tanzania
  5. Review of Research Master Plan and Extension Vision for Agricultural Services Support Programme in Zanzibar
  6. Regional Short Courses on Soil-Plant-Water Relationships for Efficient Water Use for Professional Skills Improvement in Land and Water Management (SADC/SPWR) for Tanzania,          Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Zambia and Lethoto. Total of 39 Participants attended in two batches
  7. Cashew  profitability study and provide projections of future performance of cashew in Tanzania, kenya, Mozambique and Malawi assigned by the “Common Fund for Commodities Project – Regional Cashew improvement Net work for Eastern and Southern Africa (CFC/FIGTF/04)
  8. Evaluation of the Community Based Health Care and Child Survival Program (CBHC & CS).BACAS was assigned by the PLAN TANZANIA for carrying out end evaluation of the CBHC & CS program implemented in Tanzania in six (6) Program Areas of Dar es Salaam, Kibaha, Kisarawe, Ifakara, Mwanza and Geita.
  9. Formulation of the National Food Security Strategy (NFSS) for Tanzania was contracted to SUA’s Bureau of Agricultural Consultancy and Advisory Services (BACAS) by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives in October 2006. The process of formulating the NFSS was completed in December 2007.
  10. Professional Development Programme Course on Socio-economic Aspects in Agricultural Research and Extension. Ministry of Agricultural and Food Security requested BACAS, to train researchers and district staff on Socio-economic aspects in-line with requirements of the Agricultural Sector Support Programme. 14 Resource Persons were appointed by BACAS to prepare a teaching manual and to deliver the training, which took two weeks in March 2004.