Agricultural Transformation Through Stronger Vocational Education
Agricultural Transformation
Through Stronger
Vocational Education
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  • Situated in Southern Nations Nationalities and People‚Äôs Region (SNNPR)
  • Established in 1972 by Wolaita Agricultural Development Unit (WADU)  
  • Wolaita Soddo became an ATVET college in 2002
  • Student population 2014: 2929
  • Currently there are 167 Administrative/Support Staff and 107 Academic Staff at the college.
  • Departments: Crop, Livestock, Sugarcane, Sugar and Ethanol Production, Natural Resources, Basic and Supportive Sciences
Striving to see farmers/pastoralists who can contribute to agriculture led industry development apart from food self-sufficiency in the region through strong vocational education and training.

Producing well trained experts in terms of theoretical & practical aspects in modern agriculture, sugar cane crop production, and sugar and ethanol production in order to boost production and productivity, conserve and properly utilize natural resources, produce quality products intended for the industry and for the export market thereby improving the livelihoods of farmers/pastoralists.


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