- 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.
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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
Farmers learn on fertilizer use on maize crop together with other crop husbandry for higher productivity in the bid to alliviate poverty.SARI Researchers work hard to find new technologies for farmers to adopt
There is nothing on Silverdale arm that Benjamin Mengi would not violate in his attempts to steal the lease to the farm from British investors Sarah Hermitage and Stewart Middleton. He behaved like a savage and destroyed the lives of all he touched in his campaign. This video shows the home of the investors having been invaded by Mengi, his cattle and his staff armed with thugs. He had by corruption obtained a court order to keep his cattle on the farm and to have unfettered access to the farm any time of the day and night. He also by corruption obtained a court order that the investors could not keep any other cattle on the farms. On this day, he had paid his staff to go and round up as many animals as he could, brought them to the farms and mixed them with his own cattle. He then made a...
Tanzania is currently attracting responsible public private investments in its agriculture corridor as a catalytic intervention to develop its agriculture.
This movie is a slightly dated wander through the Gibb's Farm experience. For more information, pictures, rates and bookings please see http://www.expertafrica.com/tanzania/ngorongoro-crater/gibbs-farm or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org Even better, give us a call: UK: 020 8232 9777 US toll free: 1-800-242-2434 New Zealand: 04 479 5522 Australia Toll-free: 1-800-995-397
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A perspective on large scale farming from rural communities in Tanzania.
E.C. KIMBI Presented "Risk factors associated to porcine cysticercosis prevalence in smallholder pig production systems in Mbeya region, southern highland of Tanzania" at the 5th AASAP and 18th ESAP conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Because of small scale farming, the hot weather and poor infrastructure, fresh milk is not always widely available in Tanzania. In Tanzania's biggest city Dar es Salaam though, a Dutch initiative called ´Tanga Fresh´ nowadays supplies the people of fresh dairy products every day. The factory was set up in 1996 by Dutchman Lút Zeilstra as a joint-venture between a group of Dutch cattle farmers and a Tanzanian cooperation of farmers. At the moment about 3000 small scale farmers are participating.
Some 80% of the Tanzanian population depends on agriculture for a living. In the North-West, near Lake Victoria, banana is the most important staple crop. The majority of production however is through subsistence farming rather than commercial production. By introducing new banana varieties and providing training on technical management as well as marketing skills, the Belgian Banana cropping project aimed to improve the livelihoods of banana farmers in the region. After four years, the results are visible: banana bunches are twice as big and farmers are selling the surplus to other regions in Tanzania and even abroad.