Agriculture and Food Research Unit
The unit is a constituent part of the Water, Energy, and Food Security Research Center, which is primarily focused on executing research and projects related to agriculture and food, with funding provided by both local and international institutions.
An-Najah National University envisions the unit as a dynamic force in serving the Palestinian agricultural sector. It aims to offer practical solutions to the challenges and difficulties faced by this crucial sector through the implementation of applied scientific research activities. By delivering immediate and highly effective outcomes, the unit strives to fulfill one of the University's fundamental objectives, which is serving the local community.
To attain excellence in scientific research within the field of food and agriculture, and to make distinguished contributions towards achieving the developmental objectives of Palestine.
Stimulating Scientific and Research Cooperation: The unit actively promotes collaboration and cooperation with internal and external parties, fostering research partnerships that provide exceptional opportunities for university researchers.
Implementation of Specialized Scientific Research: The unit is committed to conducting scientific research that is specialized in the fields of food, agriculture, and related topics.
Publication in International Scientific Journals: The unit places great importance on disseminating its scientific research findings by publishing them in specialized international scientific journals.
Community Service and Capacity Building: The unit actively engages in serving the local community by organizing training courses and workshops on relevant topics for farmers, agricultural engineers, and researchers.
Knowledge Transfer and Technology Introduction: The unit endeavors to transfer knowledge and introduce modern technologies to the local agricultural sector.
Encouraging Collaboration with the Private Sector: The unit actively encourages and facilitates cooperation between researchers in the agricultural sector and the private sector.