GRET has been active in Tanzania since 2002, in the fields of agricultural development and commodity chain support.
In 2010, GRET initiated a development project for wholesale food markets in the Mbeya and Rukwa Regions, in partnership with Mviwata. This Tanzanian federation of farmers’ organizations is responsible for implementing the project. The goal is to facilitate the marketing of agricultural products in the zones targeted by the project. To do so, the project plans to build and renovate market infrastructures, support local institutional development in close cooperation with the local authorities, build the entrepreneurial and managerial capacities of economic operators active in the markets, and help establish equal access to market-related activities for all operators without exception.
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France, Netherlands, Senegal, Tanzania, United Kingdom, Zambia | 01/01/2011 - 31/12/2013
Tanzania | 01/01/2010 - 31/10/2011
Mviwata, a Tanzanian federation of farmers’ organizations, is responsible for implementing the project. The goal is to facilitate the marketing of agricultural products in the zones targeted by the project. To do so, the project plans to build and renovate market infrastructures, support local institutional
Study on agricultural risk management by small-scale producers – Private instruments (warrantage and weather-based index insurance)
Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania | 01/10/2009 - 30/06/2010
Agriculture is crucial in developing countries, especially with regard to food security. Reducing local producers’ exposure to risks caused by price and climate variability is essential in international development co-operation. In 2009, the AFD and the French Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs sponsored a
Benin, Burundi, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Togo | 06/03/2002 - 31/03/2002
Diagnostic of training needs and supply for journalists in Africa. The study aims to formulate operational recommendations for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as concerns professional media training policy and activities in countries in the priority solidarity zone (ZSP).