On 20th and 21st August 2015 TAP Management Team conducted a two days workshop for its Areas Coordinators. This is a deviation from TAP I set-up where field activities were managed by 29 District Coordinators. The reason behind this new arrangement was to avoid unnecessary expenses and managerial headaches by expanding the operational area since […]
The huge expanse of Tanzania makes provision of services to ACT members rather difficult. In most cases advocacy issues that need immediate attention are either delayed or are not attended to at all. For this reason, plans are underway to open ACT Representation at the district level. The rollout will be gradual depending on the […]
On 26th and 27th January 2015 ACT conducted two important events in its calendar of activities. The first day was devoted to the Annual Policy Workshop which attracted over 80 participants who deliberated on major issues impacting on the development of the agricultural sector. The theme was: An enabling environment for farmers and livestock keepers. […]
On 6th December 2014, the Sisal Association of Tanzania (SAT) staged the annual event – Mkonge Day The venue of this event was Tangamano Grounds, in Tanga City. A representative from ACT Secretariat was present to capture this event. The essence of Mkonge Day is to reflect on the past, to deliberate on the current […]
In Tanzania land to practice agriculture is not problematic. The problem is caused by irrational land allocation, uneven distribution of the population, greedy land grabbers, land mismanagement, and environmental disasters like floods and droughts. These phenomena are a source of regular conflicts of interest among stakeholders. The situation is compounded with land tenure disparities and […]
Agri-Hub Tanzania is a consortium of institutions / organizations with a stake in horticultural crops. Among its major activities is to promote farmer entrepreneurship skills. In this regard, the Hub organized an Agri-business Show on 25th to 26th April 2014 at the World Vegetable Centre, Tengeru, Arusha. TAHA was among key organizers.