Agriculture is the basis of the Tanzania economy. Of the 2.1 million hectares that are under production, 95% are farmed by smallholder farmers using traditional methods. Informal and unstructured market constrained, including restricted access to profitable markets, traps most farmers into subsistence-level activities, where there is no critical mass for profitable agriculture business.
This prompted the establishment of operations in November 2015 with the goal to increase incomes and resilience of smallholders by providing them access to commercially sustainable value chains.
We are currently in 2 districts, serving 29,703 farmers through 62 FSC’s.