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    106bn/- budgeted to turn Morogoro region into national granary 

    The government is set to spend 105.5bn/- in implementing the idea of making Morogoro the main food reserve region in the country. According to Agriculture, Food and Cooperatives deputy minister Dr. David Mathayo,responding ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2009-07-15
    Publisher: The Guardian
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    2011 Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Tanzania 

    This report documents the results of Promar Consulting’s investigation of current trends and issues in Tanzania’s agricultural sectors as well as developments in rural investment and inclusive business models, as part of ...
    Author: Promar Consulting
    Publishing Date: 2012-03
    Publisher: Promar Consulting
    Language:
    Document type: Research report

    2017: Economic Outlook for Sub-Saharan 

    After half a decade of economic growth averaging about six percent from 2010 to 2014 sub-Saharan Africa’s (SSA) GDP growth descended to its lowest level in more than 20 years, declining from 5.1 percent in 2014 to 3.4 ...
    Author: Daily news reporter
    Publishing Date: 2017-02-07
    Publisher: Daily News
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    $2m agro-project to be consolidated 

    The article reports on the strengthening of a USD 2 million, 5 year United Nations Development Program (UNDP) institutional capacity building project signed in 2011 with the government of Tanzania. The project is to be ...
    Author: Kasumuni, Ludger
    Publishing Date: 2014-03-06
    Publisher: The Citizen
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    30,000 sunflower farmers ink pact with 7 oil firms 

    According to the guardian newspaper, rural livelihood Development Company organised a two day national market development forum which brought together sunflower farmers. During that forum it was said that more than 27,000 ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2013-03-07
    Publisher: The Guardian
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    $600m boost for agriculture 

    According to this 2011 article the Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) has received USD 600 million in funding from The United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DfID), The World Bank and Danish ...
    Author: Mbalamwezi, John
    Publishing Date: 2011-08-29
    Publisher: The East African
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    Document type: Newspaper article

    ABSA stakes aside USD50m for Tanzania farmers 

    This 2011 newspaper article by the Citizen reports on a new finance circle to support small scale farmers in Tanzania. The circle will also cover food processors, exporters and importers of agricultural equipment in a move ...
    Author: Philemon, Beatrice
    Publishing Date: 2011-06-20
    Publisher: The Guardian
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Acacia gold output boost drives shares higher again 

    The article shows how the projection and forecast of Acacia Gold Mining Company to produce 5 percent more gold in 2016 from its three mines in Tanzania. It tells how this boost would drive the company’s share to more than ...
    Author: Daily News Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2016-10-25
    Publisher: Daily News
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Acacia to grow without Barrick 

    This news tells about the potentials of Acacia Gold Mining to grow without Barrick. A number of obstacles however are explained by the Chief Executive Officer, Brad Gordon to include Acacia being a subsidiary of Barrick ...
    Author: Lawson, Rebecca
    Publishing Date: 2016-10
    Publisher: Australia's Paydirt
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Access to Finance for Agribusinesses in Tanzania 

    This study, provides a brief on the accessibility, inclusiveness and use of Finance for Agribusinesses in Tanzania. Basing on the survey by Financial Sector Deepening Trust, access to financial services, particularly growth ...
    Author: Baregu, Mwombeki
    Publishing Date: 2017-03
    Publisher: Financial Sector Deepening Trust (FSDT)
    Language:
    Document type: Presentation

    Advocating for effective regulation of Cashew Nut Industry in Tanzania: Summary of Methodology 

    The study aim for Advocating Effective Regulation for the Cashew Nut Industry in Tanzania. This study carried out a detailed analysis of the Tanzanian cashew sub-sector and its place in the wider international ...
    Author: Fitzpatrick, James
    Publishing Date: 2013-01-24
    Publisher: Agricultural Non State Actors Forum (ANSAF)
    Language:
    Document type: Research report

    Advocating for effective regulation of the cashew nut industry in Tanzania: Policy brief 

    This brief seeks to share the findings on the cashew sub-sector with the purpose of improving the regulatory system and the marketing of crop produced by some of poor smallholder farmers. Cashew production is a small holder ...
    Author: Agricultural council of Tanzania
    Publishing Date: 2013-05-24
    Publisher: Agricultural council of Tanzania
    Language:
    Document type: Other reports

    AfDB pledges more support for Tanzania 

    This newspaper article reports on a meeting between the African Development Bank (AfDB) Vice President (in charge of power, energy, climate and green growth) and Tanzania’s Minister of Finance.The AfDB Vice-President pledged ...
    Author: The Guardian Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2017-02-16
    Publisher: The Guardian
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Africa begins to rise above Aid 

    This article reports on how African countries are becoming less dependent on foreign aid. It describes how various countries in Africa have implemented economic reforms that have driven the growth of their domestic private ...
    Author: The Daily News Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2011-01-13
    Publisher: Daily News
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    African businesses could competitive if… 

    On June 23, 2009 Daily news reported that, African business could be competitive if African countries and their international partners will increase access to finance, resist pressure to erect trade barriers, upgrade ...
    Author: The Daily News Reporter
    Publishing Date: 2009-06-23
    Publisher: Daily News
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    African diaspora to boost investment 

    The East Africa Newspaper (February13, 2012) report the US hopes to use second African Diaspora Marketplace (ADM) to boost fund from Diaspora for entrepreneurs in Africa. This was an initiative of encourage people to come ...
    Author: Kamau, Scola
    Publishing Date: 2012-02-13
    Publisher: The East African
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    African economic outlook, Tanzania 

    The African Economic Outlook (2016) reports that, Tanzania economic performance has remained stable and strong over the past decade of 7% growth in 2014 and preliminary estimates indicate the same growth rate in 2015. The ...
    Author: Emenuga, Chidozie; Rogers, Dhliwayo; Charle, Prosper
    Publishing Date: 2016-05-18
    Publisher: African economic outlook
    Language:
    Document type: Research report

    African, global leaders to spur agricultural growth (THE GREAT EAC FUNDING DEBATE) 

    African and global leaders have vowed to take concrete action to boost agricultural productivity and income growth for the African agricultural sector. During the African Green Revolution Forum 2012 held in Arusha whereby ...
    Author: Ihucha, Adam
    Publishing Date: 2012-10-06
    Publisher: The East African
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    AGEN issue 16m/- to Singida, Iringa women entrepreneurs 

    On October 28, 2011 The Guardian reported that, entrepreneurship for small businesses has been described as the backbone of the world economic development and capable of assisting communities to eliminate poverty. This ...
    Author: Ole Lengine, Japhet
    Publishing Date: 2011-10-28
    Publisher: The Guardian
    Language:
    Document type: Newspaper article

    Agribusiness Country Diagnostic – Tanzania 

    This report provides analysis on agribusiness in Tanzania. It identifies the most promising sub-sectors for investment and advisory services. It also identifies specific investment opportunities and related partners. ...
    Author: Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP)
    Publishing Date: 2016-10
    Publisher: Cambridge Economic Policy Associates (CEPA)
    Language:
    Document type: Research report