Tanzania

  1. This participant came to the training without a face mask. To stop us from turning her away, she improvised by using a cloth commonly called “kanga.” Lesson learnt: As much as the local ministry of health is emphasizing face masks to contain COVID-19, they may not be affordable.

    East African Integrated Pest Management work continues with pandemic precautions

    Nov 24, 2020

    Despite having to scale back due to COVID-19 restrictions, The East African Vegetable Crop Integrated Pest Management Innovation Lab (EAVCIPM-IL) continues to develop, implement, and scale-up IPM technologies for tomato, onion, African eggplant, cabbage, chilies, and beans. The overall goal of EAVCIPM-IL, now in its sixth year of funding, is to build the capacity of institutions in the host countries of Tanzania, Ethiopia and Kenya, to implement effective IPM research and locally-adapted, gender-appropriate technology transfer programs that increase environmental benefits, farm productivi
  2. Workshop and a Bagamoyo Farmer Make Seedling Health the Foundation of IPM

    Mar 20, 2017

    On a normal day, Joseph Mbuji’s business is managing the production, harvest, and delivery components of his diversified Bagamoyo vegetable farm. But recently, he found himself delivering a lecture about his farm to an international audience at a Seedling Health Workshop at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) in Morogoro, Tanzania.