Tanzania: Can Agri-Business Address Poverty?
A World Bank economist has urged smallholder farmers to embrace commercial agriculture, which has been key in offsetting poverty in Asia.
Women vendors selling their agricultural produce at a Tanzanian market (file photo).
Tanzania: Farmers Attend Trade Fair in South Sudan
Daily News, 27 November 2012
MINISTER for Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperative Christopher Chiza has expressed concern over local farmers getting less profit from food crops exportation to the Southern… Read more »
Daily News, 26 November 2012
TANZANIA will this week host a first ever Agribusiness Investment Showcase event scheduled for Dar es Salaam. Read more »
Tanzania: Tomato Seed Worth Its Weight in Gold
EA Business, 26 November 2012
Forget about the the gold in the mines, the money is in the gardens with tomato seed breeding. Read more »
Daily News, 23 November 2012
FARMERS in Kagera Region have been advised to diversify agricultural production by growing sugarcane on commercial basis. Read more »
Daily News, 16 November 2012
A RECENT decision by the Tanzania Cotton Board to reject the idea to abandon contract farming in the cotton growing areas is seen as a positive move to further improve cotton… Read more »
Tanzania: Firm Encourages Farmers to Unite
Daily News, 14 November 2012
AGRO EcoEnergy Tanzania has encouraged out growers around its estate to organize themselves into viable commercial companies in order to benefit from its expertise and large-scale… Read more »