Saturday, September 27, 2014

Investing in agriculture

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Agriculture in Africa especially in Tanzania

 Coffee plantation young plants


 Harvesting coffee mostly worked with women in the villages


Intensive agriculture

 Mr Robinson at his Sweet Unit Farm, Bara village in Mbozi district. A very good farmer with more than 50 acres (Estate)


The Mbeya Region Commissioner Hon Kandoro addressing about importance of investing in intensive agriculture

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We think of SAGCOT




We need to step up food production and one place in the world where there is great potential to do just that is Africa. This is where we can get real growth. We have to use existing farmland and intensify production. And to do so we need better technologies that are sustainable,” says Johan Janse van Rensburg, a marketing specialist at Dow.


 Not only coffee in Mbeya region but also papaya and avocados can be grown.

Since 2012 when Tanzania’s Prime Minister Hon Peter Mizengo Kayanza Pinda chaired the Investors summit in his office how far have they gone?  It was 30th April 2012.

The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT) is an inclusive, multi-stakeholder partnership to rapidly develop the region’s agricultural potential. SAGCOT was initiated at the World Economic Forum (WEF) Africa summit 2010 with the support of founding partners including farmers, agri-business, the Government of Tanzania and companies from across the private sector. 

SAGCOT’s objective is to foster inclusive, commercially successful agribusinesses that will benefit the region’s small-scale farmers, and in so doing, improve food security, reduce rural poverty and ensure environmental sustainability. The risk-sharing model of a public-private partnership (PPP) approach has been demonstrated to be successful in achieving these goals and SAGCOT marks the first PPP of such a scale in Tanzania’s agricultural history.

 Eating avocados can help to lower bad cholesterol and enhance libido


 For agricultural products processing, Mbozi and Momba districts are strong hold points

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