- published: 26 Apr 2015
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The Clinton Development Initiative, part of the Clinton Foundation, is providing smallholder farmers in Tanzania with agriculture/agronomic and increased market access, allowing farmers to increase crop yields and improve livelihoods.
Gibb's Farm is one of the oldest guesthouses in Northern Tanzania--a working Farm located on the forested slopes of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Gibb's Farm hugs nearly a mile of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, part of a 3,200 square mile reserve, a vast 10-acre organic fruit and vegetable garden provides 90% of the ingredients needed for fresh, home-cooked meals and complete with the 2nd largest solar powered hot water system all of this with uncompromised luxury.
We are raising funds to buy farm equipment, improved seeds, Pesticides and fertilizers so we can add an additional 8 acres. Click https://www.gofundme.com/TanzaniaOnionFarm to donate to our cause. We will be posting more videos. Subscribe to our channel
Alected Mlingu is a rookie cocoa farmer in central Tanzania. 'Previously I grew bananas but with cocoa I easily make much more.' Although he rarely eats chocolate he loves to grow it. 'Now I have built my own house and all my children go to school. Just from growing this cocoa that is new in our region.' Feature done for a show on the Dutch VPRO channel. http://www.metropolistv.nl More videos on http://www.youtube.com/reelafrica Subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/reelafrica?sub_confirmation=1 Ruud Elmendorp Video Journalist Africa http://www.ruudelmendorp.com
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Tanzania is currently attracting responsible public private investments in its agriculture corridor as a catalytic intervention to develop its agriculture.
A perspective on large scale farming from rural communities in Tanzania.
In Tanzania, the USAID/Feed the Future-funded NAFAKA project is helping farmers adopt new technologies that lead to greater efficiency and increased productivity. NAFAKA trained Evodius Molokozi, a rice farmer in Morogoro Region, on good farming practices. Nafaka is also helping Evodius as he scales up production of his innovation: a low-cost, hand-held rice weeder that greatly reduces labor. Through this video, other farmers in Tanzania are able to replicate the rice weeder and see how good agricultural practices save time and money. In addition to improving rural incomes and food security, these kinds of innovations are particularly helpful for women, who do much of the difficult hand-weeding of rice fields in Tanzania.
The business, which was a new development, comprises soya processing, a feed-mill, a poultry business and a large silo storage chain. The business sells two main products; day-old chicks and poultry feed. The poultry breeder operation includes rearing, laying and hatching facilities. The feed mill produces high quality broiler and layer chicken feed. The feed and day-old chicks are sold through an internal distribution network that was developed from scratch but now covers seven locations across Tanzania. Large silo storage infrastructure has been constructed to store the key raw materials.
In Tanzania, plans to revolutionize farming are taking shape. They are being led by the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania, 'SAGCOT'. The multi stakeholder 6 cluster plan started 6 years ago and will end in 2030. The Government says it will help produce more food for Africa, but experts are concerned that small scale farmers could be forgotten as the big plan rolls on. Daniel Kijo has more. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
This is an unedited version of a video walk through of farming in East Africa, specifically Northern Tanzania. It is a great educational tool and provides a glimpse into Agribusiness and Agriculture, both projects I work on in Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda. Thank you to Edson for taking the time. Smaller edited versions of this and other farms will be made available, but this is a good educational video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgxlmzBa1U4&t=2s Theresa has an 80 ha wheat farm in Rukwa, southern part of Tanzania where she multiplies wheat seed for the Agricultural Research Institute, ARI – Uyole. She plants the new high yield variety ‘JUHUDI’ . Theresa says she plants 70kg of seed per acre and uses DAP and UREA fertilizers on her farm. This season she expects to harvest 3.5t/ha. Apart from being a farmer she is the leader of the Rukwa Innovation Platform. She has undergone extensive training on better wheat agronomic practices that included an exchange tour to Kolumsa Training Centre in Ethiopia through the AfDB funded SARD-SC Wheat project of ICARDA.