VICOBA Group member posing for a group photo after the training of loans investment.
Constructed of contours to protect soil erosion in the ginger production project area.
Bags of farm yard manure to improve soil fertility for high yield.
Miyombo group member calculating Gross Margin analysis for their produce to determine cost of production.
Name of project:
Socio-economic development in 8 communities adjacent to Nature Reserve of Chome, through ginger business in Tanzania.
Improving income through ginger trade to small holder ginger farmers around Chome Catchment in Same district Kilimanjaro region.
Reduce poverty in Tanzania's rural population, through the intervention of economic development with a focus on environmental sustainability.
Strengthen the economic and productive eight (8) communities in the surroundings of the Chome Nature Reserve on the ginger value chain by focusing on gender and environmental sustainability.
420 (236me and 184fe) Smallholder ginger Farmers.
Duration of the project:
18 months (2015-2016)