Dairy Partnership Meeting successfully held in Njombe

Posted: 1 year ago

Happy faces of the participants of the Dairy Partnership Meeting which was held today May 18th, 2016 in Njombe, Tanzania. (Picture by Makani, Austin/SCL). Njombe, Tanzania: 18th May, 2016 Experts in the dairy value chain...[more]

Courtesy visit to the Njombe Region Administrative Offices

Posted: 1 year ago

The Acting Njombe RAS Mr. Richard Mushi (second left)smiling with the SAGCOT Centre Ltd team led by the CEO Mr. Geoffrey Kirenga (third left) when the team paid him a courtesy visit at his office. Others are Mr. Noah Lameck –...[more]

Ihemi Green Reference Group (IGRG) Launched in Njombe

Posted: 1 year ago

The Njombe Region Assistant RAS Mr. Noah Lameck (sitting in the middle) and the SAGCOT Centre Ltd CEO Mr. Geoffrey Kirenga (sitting second left) on a group photo with participants of the Ihemi Green Reference Group (IGRG)...[more]

New Project to Link Farmers to Agribusiness in Tanzania

Posted: 1 year ago

The World Bank Board of Executive Directors on March 10, 2016 approved $70 million in new financing to support Tanzania’s agriculture sector and strengthen it by linking smallholder farmers to agribusinesses for boosting...[more]

The Alliance for A Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) has launched a new initiative, the Inclusive Green Growth of the Smallholder Agriculture (IGGSAS) Programme in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania (SAGCOT).

Posted: 1 year ago

Speaking during the launch, which also marked the start of AGRA’s new five-year business plan, AGRA’s president, Dr Anges Kalibata, pointed out that this partnership was a great opportunity for AGRA to scale up its work in...[more]


Posted: 1 year ago

The SAGCOT Investment Project will generate potential benefits to VGs living in the sub-project areas under the Matching Grants scheme; however, it may also lead to some adverse impacts on these groups. This Vulnerable Groups...[more]

Yara launches USD 25 million fertilizer terminal in Tanzania

Posted: 2 yrs ago

The investment demonstrates Yara’s long-term commitment to Tanzania’s development and ambitions to become a national and regional hub for fertilizer distribution.[more]