Agricultural Transformation Through Stronger Vocational Education
Agricultural Transformation
Through Stronger
Vocational Education
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  • Situated in Oromia Region, West Wollega Zone, Nedjo town
  • Founded in 1975 to provide short term training for model farmers and assist development agents.
  • Nejo became an ATVET college in 2002
  • Student population 2014: 551 (66.5% female)
  • Currently there are 68 Administrative/Support Staff and 32 Academic Staff at the college.
  • Departments: Animal Science, Plant Science, Natural Resource, ICT
The college aspires to be a center of excellence in agricultural transformation and technology transfer by producing middle-low level skilled manpower which is competent in the labor market in the year 2020 among ATVET colleges in the country.

NATVET college strives to provide quality outcome based training; aimed at achieving quality education by providing practical-oriented training to middle and low level agricultural trainees.

Dalhousie University
Faculty of Agriculture
International Office
157 College Rd
Truro, NS, Canada
B2N 5E3

In-Country Office
Sar-bet, Kirkos Sub City
Kebele 08/09, House No. 1123
Ki-Ab Building, 5th Floor, Rm 17/18
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia