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Firm turns to irrigation to raise crop production

Published on March 29, 2017
Global Agency Limited (GAL) is expanding its sorghum farming operations as it seeks to deliver on its business deal with Tanzania Breweries Limited (TBL), the company said here at the weekend. “We are determined to move into full swing into sorghum farming to tap on the available market opportunities,” GAL managing director Fidelis Bashasha told members of the board of trustee and management team for Private Agricultural Sector Support Trust (Pass) here at the weekend.The team was on a tour of a farm at Bucharago Village. GAL is among companies which have benefited from Pass guaranteed loans from commercial banks. Read more. Source | The Citizen
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Tic yaingia makubaliano ya mradi na East Africa Trade And Investment Hub

Published on March 29, 2017
Kituo cha Uwekezaji Nchini (TIC) kimesaini makubaliano ya Mradi wa East Africa and Investiment Hub kwa ajili ya uchocheaji wa uwekezaji nchini. Akizungumza wakati wa makubaliano hayo, Kaimu Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa TIC, Cliford Tandari amesema kuwa makubaliano hayo yatachochea uwekezaji pamoja na upatikanaji wa masoko nje ya nchi. Tandari amesema katika kufanya kazi ya mradi huo utasaidia Tanzania kupata wawekezaji kutokana na wigo uliopo katika mradi unaofadhiliwa na Shirika la Misaada la Watu wa Marekani (USAID). Read more. Source | Issa Michuzi Blog
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Forty-Six Postharvest Technology Innovators from East Africa to Compete for USD 30,000 in Seed Capital

Published on March 22, 2017
Panelists for the East Africa Postharvest Technologies Competition 2017 have selected 46 innovators, from over 200 applicants, to undergo accelerator training on how to package and pitch their technologies to investors. The training will help the innovators expand their opportunities for scaling up and disseminating their technologies to a wider market. The training will take place in Tanzania on April 4-6, 2017. Applicants are competing for the best technological solutions to address post-harvest losses. They hail from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi. The Inter Region Economic Network (IREN) is conducting the inaugural East Africa Postharvest Technologies Competition 2017 through a grant from the Hub. The objective is to spur the development of innovative technologies that reduce food loss and waste in Africa.
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Kenyan millers to take up lion’s share of EA Ethiopia maize sales

Published on March 09, 2017
Kenyan millers and traders are set to take up 87 per cent of the 275,000 metric tonnes of grain that East African regional countries have agreed to import from Ethiopia. The deal, which was facilitated by Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC) and USAid’s East Africa Trade and Investment Hub will see traders import 240,000 metric tonnes of maize and pulses from Ethiopia, part of 51 contracts worth Sh5.5 billion that have been agreed with regional countries. The deal was inked during a regional grain trade facilitation forum co-hosted by Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations (AACCSA) in Ethiopia this week. Read more. Source | Business Daily
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Dar outperforms EAC partners in free capital reforms

Published on March 02, 2017
Tanzania has performed impressively in making reforms to suit restriction-free capital transaction under the freedom of movement of capital as agreed in the East African Community (EAC) Common Market Protocol. The 2016 EAC’s scorecard on common market indicates that the country has made six out of 11 legal and regulatory reforms the partner states have undergone between 2014 and 2016 in the free capital transaction. The report, which was disseminated to stakeholders in Dar es Salaam yesterday looked at issues of security, credit, direct investment and personal capital as critical areas under the free capital transaction.Presenting the report, the World Bank Consultant, Ms Agatha Nderitu, said Uganda made three reforms and Kenya had the remaining two reforms. Read more. Source | Daily News 
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200 experts to discuss agriculture

Published on March 01, 2017
A three-day conference on Tanzania’s agriculture development will start today here. More than 200 participants will discuss policies and other issues hindering the sector’s growth. According to Agricultural Non-State Actor Forum executive secretary Audax Rukonge, a World Bank report titled ‘Enabling the Business of Agriculture in Tanzania,’ will also be launched. He told journalists the participants would redefine agro-processing in the context of economic transformation and locate the linkage between upstream and downstream value chain activities. Read more. Source | The Citizen
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TPSF now trains entrepreneurs in financial literacy

Published on February 28, 2017
The Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) – an apex body of all business associations – took its entrepreneurs’ training to Dodoma on Friday as it seeks to enhance financial literacy and entrepreneurship skills for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs). According to the TPSF executive director Godfrey Simbeye, Tanzania has at least 3.1 million MSMEs, which need to be empowered through various ways for them to contribute immensely to the country’s economic development. Read more. Source | The Citizen
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Nairobi to host post-harvest technology competition

Published on February 13, 2017
Over 200 innovators, researchers and individuals from Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi are expected to showcase technologies to curb post-harvest food losses in Nairobi, Kenya on May. The Inter Region Economic Network (IREN), Chief Executive Officer (CEO), James Shikwati said the exhibition has been organised to address challenges in the post-harvest management of food-crop commodities and enhance labor. The competition will enable organisers to identify a range of technologies to ultimately mitigate post-harvest losses in East Africa. Read more. Source | Daily News
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