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]

Consultancy opportunity- Procurement management Agent

Posted: 2 yrs ago

The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor (SAGCOT) is an international public private partnership that aims to transform agriculture in Tanzania’s Southern Corridor.Partners include local and international companies, farmers,...[more]

Catalytic trust fund - Funding Opportunity Advertisement Call for Business Concept Proposals

Posted: 2 yrs ago

The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania – Catalytic Trust Fund (SAGCOT-CTF) is pleased to announce the availability of funding for creating business linkages between smallholder farmers and value chain...[more]

Firm Commitments Pledged to Transform Agriculture in the Southern Corridor of Tanzania

Posted: 3 yrs ago

The very first SAGCOT Annual Forum was held on 4 and 5 December 2014 at the Hyatt Hotel in Dar es Salaam.  140 stakeholders from accross the southern corridor and all over the world came together to strengthen ties and make...[more]

Government of Tanzania and six development partners align funding to the SAGCOT Centre Ltd.

Posted: 3 yrs ago

On  30 September 2014, the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and Six Development Partners, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Department for International Development (DFID), The World...[more]

Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania List of Partners as of August 2014

Posted: 3 yrs ago

Attached is the updated list of Partners

Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania List of Partners As of May 2014

Posted: 4 yrs ago

SAGCOT currently has 53 partners, 56% of whom are private sector actors, 25% are from civil society and the development sector, 8% are apex and farmer organizations and 11% are from the Government of Tanzania. In the first...[more]