Many rural Tanzanians, particularly women, are challenged by insufficient access to financial resources and arable land. Since 1999, Land O’Lakes International Development has been working with actors along the value chain to improve food security and enhance women’s status in the agriculture sector.
This project is addressing genetics constraints to dairy productivity in Ethiopia and Tanzania. Learn More
Enhanced women’s participation in the agricultural sector, improving food security Learn More
Increased incomes, and expanded markets and production along the dairy value chain
Boosting the supply of quality, hybrid maize seed.
Amaranth seeds enhance incomes and nutritional diversity in rural Tanzania
An innovator and nutritionist introduces a new way to harvest the amaranth plant Read More
Lenard Nzunda and his colleague with the sunflower thresher used by their community’s farming group
Sunflower threshing solution comes to innovator in a dream
Sunflower threshing made easier for women through innovation and collaboration Read More