The aim was to introduce ACT to the Parliamentary Committee Read More »
A Brief Speech Delivered by ACT Chairman, Dr. Sinare Y. Sinare, at the Launching if TAP II. Blue Pearl Hotel, Dar es Salaam, 30th April 2016. Read More »
Brief address of the Norwegian Ambassador in Tanzania, H.E. Hanne-Marie Kaarstad, at the official launching of “Tanzania Agricultural Partnership” programme, Phase II. Read More »
Tanzania Agricultural Partnership (TAP) is a Public-Private Partnership platform which uses a Value Chain Approach to improve the production and marketing of agricultural goods.
We co-ordinate the activities of organizations within 25 districts. TAP ensures that the specific needs of particular farming communities are met through systematic initiatives. Our Approach aims to avoid repitition and overlap of assistance. In addition, we encourage Corporate Social Responsibility activities directed at the needs of these communities and help stimulate new trade opportunities. At national level we work with government bodies, NGOs and donors on key issues.
TAP mainly works on rice and maize value chains. The crop is determined by the district stakeholders. TAP is working towards including sunflower and cassava value chains.
TAP is an innovative partnership based in Tanzania, with a central team in Dar-es-Salaam supporting district co-ordinators working to assist people and organisations within farming communities.
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The CIP is a very simple and concrete way of applying the value chain and public-private partnership approaches in real life.
In King’ori, Meru, TAP District Coordinator managed to source additional funds from the District Agriculture Development Plan for the renovations of warehouse.
TAP has commissioned a number of analytical studies to different consultant with the aim of collecting and analyzing data and information needed to support value chain development.