Ngorongoro, Tanzania in Need Of Relief FoodAccording to Ngorongoro District Commissioner Elias Wawa, at least 18,500 tonnes of maize are urgently needed to save the lives of more than 60,000 residents.
Tanzania's Ngorongoro residents in need of food (file photo).
Daily News, 23 December 2012
MORE than 200 children in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA) are reported to have died of hunger and its related complications, the 'Sunday News' has learnt. Read more »
Daily News, 13 December 2012
THE government has decided to intervene in the famine catastrophe that has affected over 60,000 people in Ngorongoro District, Arusha Region. Read more »
Daily News, 7 December 2012
TANZANIA'S move to accept three neighbouring countries of Malawi, Zambia and Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT)… Read more »
Daily News, 18 November 2012
WOMEN living within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority,estimated to be 57,000 residents have sent out a SOS cry to the government, saying the area's population is being… Read more »
Tanzania: Women Empowerment Crucial to End Hunger
Daily News, 18 October 2012
TO end perennial famine, the government and development partners have been challenged to invest in women empowerment as they are the force behind food production by between 60 and… Read more »