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Our work in Tanzania

Constantine Martin, a farmer trained by Farm Africa, demonstrates his simple but effective sesame seed planter. Photo: Jonathan Banks Constantine Martin, a farmer trained by Farm Africa, demonstrates his simple but effective sesame seed planter. Photo: Jonathan Banks

In Tanzania, most people rely on small-scale farming in rural areas, but around 35% of the population does not have enough nutritious food to eat. 

In Tanzania’s large forests, people resort to selling timber products like firewood and charcoal to make money, causing deforestation and soil erosion.

Higher and more sustained agricultural growth is vital to reduce overall poverty in Tanzania. 

Farm Africa has been working in Tanzania since 1990. Our teams work with smallholders, pastoralists and forest communities, helping them become self-sufficient.

Projects in Tanzania

Completed projects

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