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  • IFAD to assist Tanzanian farmers in increasing productivity and gaining market access in order to secure food security.

    Posted on :Wednesday , 29th December 2021

    As part of its COVID-19 response in Tanzania, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is seeking funds in the amount of US$882,841.


    The assistance, which will be provided through the Rural Poor Stimulus Facility (RPSF), would benefit 6,240 vulnerable small-scale farmers in rural Tanzania.


    The IFAD award will assist farmers in gaining acce. . .

  • Tanzania pledged urgent action and investment in more sustainable farming methods

    Posted on :Friday , 26th November 2021

    Prof Siza Tumbo, the Deputy Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Agriculture, said the Tanzanian government was working with a variety of partners to combat climate change in the agriculture sector.


    As a first mitigation strategy against climate change, he stated that Tanzania was dedicated to ensuring an appropriate supply of inexpensive, nutritious food was kept for the p. . .

  • Tanzanian agro areas to receive a Sh575 billion investment

    Posted on :Monday , 25th October 2021

    Tanzania's agro-industrial education and agro-management skills will receive a $250 million (Sh575 billion) investment from Aie Holding Ltd.


    The company, which was founded in Tanzania last year, plans to invest in agricultural education, logistics, a vegetable oil plant, a feed mill, packing and storage, solar power, a cattle farm, a poultry farm, a fish farm, field crops, tr. . .

  • The Tanzanian Agriculture Investment Opportunities On limelight

    Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd September 2021

    Tanzania agriculture investment potential will be highlighted in Nairobi, Kenya, at the worldwide Agricultural Green Revolution Alliance (AGRA) Summit.


    Tanzania will showcase and propose investment prospects and priorities in agribusiness during the summit in order to attract investors to the industry. Tanzania has immense potential to become a major food producer, manuf. . .

  • Brewer Agri-Business Program Boosts Contract Farming in Tanzania

    Posted on :Friday , 27th August 2021

    Serengeti Breweries Limited (SBL) has stated that its agri-business project, which includes over 400 local farmers spread over eight districts around the country, is committed to helping farmers' contract farming.


    Kilimanjaro, Arusha, Manyara, Singida, Dodoma, Shinyanga, Mwanza, and Mara were nominated by SBL Corporate Relations Director John Wanyancha.


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