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  • DMA and UNCDF providing farmers an easy access in different financial services

    Posted on :Monday , 21st September 2020

    Tanzania-based Digital Mobile Africa (DMA) will be receiving funding's from the UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), with an achievement- based contract where an online platform will be provided to the to the farmers to have access to  financial services providers, agricultural input retailers and crop buyers and sellers  in the Kigoma region of Tanzania. DMA's along with multiple mob. . .

  • DOB Equity Makes Further Investment In Tanzanian Dairy Processor

    Posted on :Tuesday , 1st September 2020

    Tanga Fresh, a dairy processor in Tanzania has acquired additional investment from Dutch family-backed impact investor DOB Equity, to expand its production in the long-life milk market.

    DOB Equity investment will also allow the dairy processor to expand its overall production capacity, providing access to a fair and reliable market for dairy farmers in the Tanga region.
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  • VAELL launches agricultural arm in Tanzania

    Posted on :Friday , 31st July 2020

    Regional Leasing Firm, Vehicle And Equipment Leasing Limited (VAELL) is set to launch its agricultural arm in Tanzania as part of its regional expansion strategy

    Dubbed Tinga, the arm will support SMEs and small scale farmers access to farm implements and transport services.  


    This move has been necessitated by various requests for farm machinery and transport serv. . .

  • Tanzania Government implements new strategy to boost cashewnuts production

    Posted on :Thursday , 30th July 2020

    The government has outlined interventions intended to increase cashew nuts production as statistics indicate falling yields in the last five years.


    The measures, according to Agriculture minister Japhet Hasunga, include establishing a special fund which would lend agricultural inputs to farmers.


    The government has scrapped the Cashewnut Industry Development. . .

  • Tanzania targets $3 billion in horticulture exports by 2025

    Posted on :Thursday , 30th July 2020

    The government plans to repossess eight premium but “white elephant” commercial horticulture estates on the southern slopes of Mount Meru in Arusha Region.


    Announcing the move in Arusha over the weekend, the deputy minister for Agriculture, Mr Hussein Bashe, said the government will revive the leading farms to bolster horticultural production . . .


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