Integrated Project for Increased Income and Improving Food Security and Livelihood among Smallholder Farmers in the Western Tanzania, Kigoma Region
To increase incomes, improve food security and livelihood of 170,000 smallholder farmers in the western Tanzania Kigoma.
Increased staple crop productivity for smallholder farmers
Strengthened and expanded access to output market
Increased capacity of smallholders farming households and agricultural system to better prepare for and adapt to shocks and stresses
- 152% yearly increase on Maize sales from 3,534MT in 2017 to 8,918MT in 2020
- 110 % yearly increase on Beans sales from 1,053MT in 2017 to 3,481MT in 2020
- 53 % yearly increased on Cassava sales from 1238 MT in 2017 to 1,889MT in 2020
- A total of 56,547 MT of Crop produce sold which is 102.81% of the total targeted volume of 55,000 MT, Valued at USD 15,145,660
- 58,161 SHF’s (23,417F), Sold through structured Markets
- Youth-(17,083-29%) with age range of (29-35Yrs)
- 311 (M-61%,F-39%)Village based advisers (VBAs) identified and trained
- 7 Storage facilities with 7,181 Cubic meters of storage space refurbished
- 7 Warehouses equipped with digital weighing scale (500kg), Pallets, Samplers, Moisture meter, Office furniture’s, and Wheelbarrows.
- 2 Business sub-consortium established(KMBSC &KBSC)