FAO in Tanzania

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15 December 2022
Smallholder producers in Tanzania join forces to access loans and expand enterprises. Leokardia Audax has been working in agriculture in the Kagera region of north-western Tanzania since 1994. She is a mother of seven children and a producer of vanilla, honey and coffee. She and her husband began growing coffee in 2016...
07 November 2022
A virtual international training curricula consultation workshop, focusing on rice value chain, was successfully organized by FAO under the framework of the “Capacity Development and Experience sharing for Rice Value Chains through South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC)” project, funded by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Republic of...
27 July 2022
The Tanzania Women Fishers Works Association (TAWFA) chapter for Lake Tanganyika was launched, with support from the FISH4ACP project in collaboration with the Ministry of Livestock in Fisheries. The TAWFA chapter will lay the groundwork for greater gender equality across the Lake Tanganyika fisheries value chain and promote women's participation in fisheries...
30 April 2022
The nutrition campaign will mobilize action to combat malnutrition in the country. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Government of Tanzania, through the European Union (EU) funded AGRI-CONNECT flagship programme, have launched a national nutrition campaign to develop healthy eating habits in Tanzania based on...
21 January 2022
FAO's experience in strengthening safety nets and community resilience to food insecurity contributes to mitigating the harmful impact of COVID-19. COVID-19 has profoundly affected everyone's lives. Lifestyles and livelihoods have been disrupted and threatened by the pandemic. The African continent is not immune to the spread of the virus and countries...
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