Tanzania Fact Sheet

Originally published on August 26, 2014.

Many rural Tanzanians, particularly women, are challenged by insufficient access to financial resources and arable land. This fact sheet showcases our work in Tanzania since 2003, which has largely supported dairy and developing agricultural innovations for women. Updated February 2016.

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