Project Profile: Scaling-up Improved Legume Technologies in Tanzania
Using information campaigns to bring proven solutions to more legume farmers in Tanzania
Smallholder farmers in Africa have shown in field trials how improved legume varieties, nitrogen-fixing bacteria, high-quality seeds, and fertilizers can increase yields, reduce production costs, and enhance nutrition. Efforts are now underway to harness the power and reach of radio and other media to spread word of these technologies to 500,000 farming families in the Northern and Southern Highlands of Tanzania.
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This work was carried out with the aid of a grant from Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC), www.idrc.ca, and with financial support from the Government of Canada, provided through Global Affairs Canada (GAC), www.international.gc.ca
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- Karen Hampson email@example.com
- Publication Type:
- Project Briefs
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- Partner Organizations:
- Africa Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership (AFAP), Agricultural Seeds Agency (ASA), Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI)
- Radio Partners:
- Abood FM, Kings FM, Radio Maria
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