Tanzania

While the agricultural sector in Tanzania is expanding, more than 40 percent of the population lives in areas where erratic rainfall causes recurring food shortages. To increase food security in the country, the Tanzania Staples Value Chain (NAFAKA) project is improving the productivity and profitability of smallholder farmers in the maize and rice value chains while expanding the benefits from this growth to women, youth and other vulnerable groups. More...

NAFAKA Boosts Maize and Rice Value Chains in Tanzania

The five-year Tanzania Staples Value Chain (NAFAKA) project is part of USAID’s FTF initiative. ACDI/VOCA is the prime contractor and IFDC serves as a sub-contractor, providing input supply and market development services. More...

Market Information Systems Workshop

In partnership with the Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC), IFDC organized the ‘Increasing Agricultural Input and Output Trade through Innovative Market Information Systems (MIS) in Africa’ international training. More...