TANZANIA • NALUALE
Farm Project

 

Tanzanias south is mainly rural and an area in which subsistence farming predominates. Due to a lack of education and little knowledge about soil conditions and cultivation methods as well as irrigation systems, the region has no productive agriculture.

Soil erosion and missing biodiversity can, unfortunately, be found almost everywhere. The project aims to promote ecologically, sustainable agriculture.

This goal is accompanied by the development of soil quality, the protection or recovery of ecological diversity and the sustainable management of water.


The 42 farmers who are involved in the project, are empowered through adequate education to stop old farming methods and the use of artificial fertilisers and pesticides. They learn about the advantages of organic farming and how to use them.

As a result, they are able to produce more harvests, which gives them a future free of economic dependence and subsistence farming.

The beneficiaries are 42 farmers, women and men in equal proportions, the four sisters, the environment and, in a longer term, the surrounding population.

The costs are around 42.000 euros per year.
This will be a 2-year project.

 


Partly financed

 
 




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