• World CafĂ© Trans-SEC, Tanania 2013

  • Tree planting Gliricidia, Tanzania 2015

  • FGD, Tanzania 2015

  • Plots in Dodoma, Tanzania 2014

  • Trans-Sec Konferenz, Deutschland 2017

  • Tractor ploughing, Tanzania 2018

  • Technical assistance, Tanzania 2015

Trans-SEC Letter II


For Tanzanian agriculture to be modern, commercial, highly productive and utilize the natural resource in a sustainable manner as per Tanzania Development Vision (TDV) 2025, National Development Plans and the Milennium Development Goals (MDGs), employing pro-poor strategiesas well as stakeholders involvement in developing value chains are inevitably required.

These will ultimately translate to increased productivity levels, improved farmers’ incomes, food security and nutrition levels as well as proper utilization of natural resources in rural farming communities as it creates sense of ownerships and fastens technology adoption.

The lack of direct involvement of farmers right from the grassroot levels, inadequate knowledge and extension services, inefficient techniques of technology transfer, and poor linkages to community based organizations has been among the major reasons for various agricultural development initiatives not achieving the expected outputs.

Trans-SEC (trans-sec.org) uses as strong stakeholder involvement to foster local ownership.

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