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Agroecological transition and sustainable land management in Tanzania
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Agroecological transition and sustainable land management in Tanzania

Starting in early 2022, the Kilimo Endelevu Arusha project supports family farms to ensure their sustainability and contribution to local food sovereignty.
The project is the fruit of a partnership between CARI, the Belgian NGO Iles de Paix, the Tanzanian NGO RECODA and the farmers’ organization MVIWAARUSHA.

The Kilimo Endelevu Arusha 2022-2025 project is the 1st phase of a 9-year program whose aim is to contribute to the resilience of the populations of the Arusha region in Tanzania in the face of climatic and environmental disruption, through support for family farms.

Discover the Kilimo Endelevu Arusha project in pictures

Film presenting the project to support sustainable land management and agro-ecological transition in the Arusha region of Tanzania.

Kilimo Endelevu Arusha project partners

Logo de l'ONG Iles de Paix

The Belgian NGO ILES DE PAIX promotes sustainable, inclusive and resilient food systems. Its expertise focuses on supporting family farmers through an integrated approach based on the principles of agroecology.

Logo de MWIAARUSHA

The farmers’ organization MVIWAARUSHA brings together almost 10,000 farmers in the Arusha region. It supports the production, processing and marketing of agricultural products, and strengthens the voice of farmers through advocacy.

The Tanzanian NGO RECODA has solid expertise in strengthening the resilience and food security of family farms by supporting their production, storage, processing and marketing activities.

The Kilimo Endelevu Arusha project is supported by :

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