East African Industrial Research organization Annual Report For 1965

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1965/1966
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East African Common Services
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Shortage of senior staff has again restricted the overall output of research work as was the case in the previous year, but whereas in that year there was a steady decline in numbers, the position in the present year now being reviewed has been a more hopeful one of increasing numbers as recruitment has been implemented. The prospect greatly improved with the arrival of a chemical engineer, Mr. P. Coxon in October 1965 and Dr. A. H. Woodhead, Food Processing Technologist, in May 1966. These two specialists together with the return of Mr. S. M. Githugu from a course in the U.S.A. at the end of the year under review, brought up the number of Research Officers available from four at the start of the year to seven at the end and leaves only one vacancy, which was in fact filled in October 1966 and the full complement of eight research officers was then in post for the first time since the permanent Organization was established in 1955.
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