The forum discussed the next steps in the establishment of a Tanzanian Smallholder Poultry Association (TASPA), the timelines for registering the association, strategies for funding, creating awareness and recruiting members from all over Tanzania.
Part two of capturing the ‘business case’ for smallholder poultry development at large, building upon key lessons from ACGG so far, and looking into options for an ‘ACGG+’ potential follow-up program.
In the course of 2018, the African Chicken Genetic Gains (ACGG) project team held an important meeting in Arusha, Tanzania (23-24 May) in order to capture the ‘business case’ for smallholder poultry development at large, building upon key lessons from ACGG so far, and looking into options for an ‘ACGG+’ potential follow-up program.
To support the strategic planning of the next phase of Africa Chicken Genetic Gains (ACGG) program, A team from the Spatial Data and Analytics Theme of the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) analyzed geospatial data layers in Tanzania to identify its poultry business hotspots. These ‘hotspots’ are where the market opportunities and production potentials …
The African Chicken Genetic Gains (ACGG) project conducted a baseline survey in 2015-2016 across ACGG countries (Ethiopia, Nigeria and Tanzania). This post introduces the Tanzania baseline report.
The sixth national innovation platform (IP) meeting of the African Chicken Genetic Gains (ACGG) program in Tanzania took place in Dar-es-Salaam on 3–4 May 2018.
Juliana Vincent from Tanzania discusses how keeping chickens and support from the ACGG project has made her independent.
This is the story of Rhoda Mwile, a smallholder farmer from Mbeya Tanzania who is a beneficiary of the ACGG project and is aiming to make Tsh 1,000,000 profit from her chicken business.
Victoria Maghembe, a 34-year-old farmer at Kijima village in Mwanza, Lake Zone in Tanzania, shares how the ACGG project has changed her and her family’s life.
Sanula Alfred lives in Mtunungu Village in Masasi District of Tanzania. She has used income from chicken sales to install piped water to her house freeing her from the daily chore of fetching water.