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76. Tea farming bears fruit in Tarime
  Monday, March 25, 2013  by Admin
  THE country's tea industry has registered remarkable achievements after the successful introduction of tea farming in the Northern Tarime District of Mara Region.
 
77. Kamati ya Bunge yatoa makucha yake
  Friday, March 22, 2013  by Admin
  Ruvu. Kamati ya Bunge ya Hesabu za Serikali (PAC) jana iliibana Menejimenti na Bodi ya Wakurugenzi wa Kampuni ya Ranchi za Taifa (Narco), ikiitaka kutoa maelezo ya kina sababu za kusimama kwa mradi wa ujenzi wa machinjio ya kisasa yaliyokuwa yajengwe eneo la Ruvu mkoani Pwani.
 
78. Govt increases agricultural input subsidy by 30 pct
  Thursday, September 24, 2009  by Admin
79. Kilimo Kwanza for countrywide distribution
  Friday, August 07, 2009  by Admin
  TANZANIA National Business Council (TNBC) will soon distribute the ‘Kilimo Kwanza’ concept booklets countrywide to enable more Tanzanians grasp the idea and its implementation.

 
80. Kikwete to launch agriculture plan
  Monday, August 03, 2009  by Admin
81. Agriculture Minister says cotton crop to drop
  Tuesday, July 28, 2009  by Admin
82. Smallholder farmers hold key to progress
  Tuesday, January 22, 2008  by Admin
  About 85 percent of the country's population-mostly poor-lives in rural areas, with 20 percent living in extreme poverty. Smallholder farmers are potentially the largest drivers of economic growth in Tanzania because they account for over 50 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product. However, because they depend exclusively on rain-fed agriculture, their production is usually affected by bad weather, inadequate road infrastructure, etc.
 
83. Arusha Growers for Hortec 2008
  Tuesday, January 22, 2008  by Admin
  Various horticultural firms from Arusha will participate in this year's Hortec 2008 to be held at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre in Nairobi, Kenya From 12th to 14th March. Hortec 2008 is the leading International trade event for the Horticulture Industry in Eastern Africa.

 
84. Price collusion chasing sesame farmers out of production - ESRF
  Monday, December 17, 2007  by Admin
  Some district executives who sit in crop prices determination meetings between them and the purchasing companies have shares in the latter firms, an act which has greatly affected the welfare of the farmers. The conflict of interests has been cited as a stumbling bloc to the realisation of the set development goals to halve poverty by 2010 because the executives allegedly collude with the buyers to purchase the crop at through-away prices.
 
85. $13 Million Agro-Scheme Targets Three Countries
  Monday, December 17, 2007  by Admin
  A network of more than 3,200 rural agro-dealers will be established in Kenya, Tanzania and Malawi to help small-scale farmers rid themselves of poverty and hunger. In Tanzania, it will be implemented under the Tanzania Agro-dealer Strengthening Programme (TASP) to reduce the time and distance farmers travel to fetch farm inputs.
 
86. Mushroom Cultivation in Tanzania
  Monday, December 03, 2007  by Admin
  Mushroom cultivation was first introduced to Tanzania in 1993 by the Ministry of Agriculture
and Cooperatives under the sponsorship of the International Fund for Agricultural
Development. The focus was on cultivation of oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus spp.) and the
first strains to be cultivated were obtained from Belgium. This report presents findings of a survey on status of the industry that was carried
out in 5 regions of Tanzania famous for growing mushrooms between October 2006 and March 2007. The report also presents findings of a case study of a typical mushroom farmer.
 
87. Manual - Getting Started on Running a Junior Farmer Field School
  Wednesday, November 28, 2007  by Admin
  To help children who are made ever more vulnerable by the HIV/AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and UN World Food Programme (WFP) has launched a new manual on how to establish farm schools to teach orphans crucial
skills. The new manual advises on how to create a Junior Farmer Field and Life School to educate children on how to create sustainable livelihoods and long-term food security.
 
88. Dar wins Bronze at Dutch Horticultural Fair
  Tuesday, November 13, 2007  by Admin
  Although it was the debut participation in the world's biggest horticultural show held in Amsterdam, Tanzania Horticultural Association (TAHA) was awarded bronze medal for emerging the second runner up for their brilliant presentation of products.
 
89. Changes in the Governance of Global Value Chains of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
  Tuesday, October 02, 2007  by Admin
  Horticultural trade, especially exports of fresh fruits and vegetables from Sub-Saharan African countries to the European market, has received a great deal of attention over the past decade. The purpose and scope of this research was to investigate, compile and analyze concrete evidence regarding the nature of changes in the governance of fresh fruits and vegetables value chain and their causes; and to identify the opportunities and challenges stemming from these changes and what determine success and failure in the new future governance and architecture.
 
90. TZ to benefit from GEF-assisted fisheries project
  Monday, July 02, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania is among seven countries in the southwest Indian Ocean region that could reduce poverty through sustainable development of marine resources under a new project financed by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the World Bank has said. A US $12m grant from the GEF will help these countries to manage their fisheries resources for maximum economic returns, the Bank said following approval of the project by its Board of Executive Directors.

 

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