7 edition of Rice production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its contribution to poverty alleviation found in the catalog.
Rice production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its contribution to poverty alleviation
Jerry A. Ngailo
Includes bibliographical references (p. 41-42).
|Statement||Jerry A. Ngailo, Abiud L. Kaswamila & Catherine J. Senkoro.|
|Series||Research Report -- no. 07.1|
|Contributions||Kaswamila, A. L., Senkoro, Catherine J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||2008347443|
This book focuses on the role of rural development policy and its contribution to poverty reduction in Tanzania. It has seven chapters starting with an introduction on Ujamaa policy; chapter two on the role of education in creating capacity for innovation among smallholder farmers and chapter three on the introduction of tiller technology in selected districts and challenges that limited its Author: Paschal B. Mihyo. Despite low rice yield levels in Tanzania, the country is the leading producer in Eastern and Southern Africa. Given that this business is dominated by smallholder farmers and that the country is endowed with extensive landscapes suitable for rice production coupled with a high domestic and foreign potential market, there is an urgent need to enhance the yield as a key to promote food Cited by: 5.
Development of Rice Cultivation Area in the Kilombero Valley Africa in the southern half of Tanzania, about 00 km from the coast (Jatzold & Baum, ). With a total length of 2 0 km and width of up to 6 km, it covers an area of ab km2 (including the marginal hills). The ValleyFile Size: KB. Assessment of Water Shortage and its Implications to Gender Role in and its Contribution to Poverty Alleviation. Rice Production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its Contribution to.
S; Figure 1), an area occupying 2,km 2 within the Serengeti ecosystem in Tanzania (TAWA, ;URT, a). The study area is an important shield Author: Avit Chami. Tanzania, the sector is seen as a main vehicle in any national economic strategy to combat poverty and enhanced agricultural productivity is crucial to realize this objective. Despite this, there are no comprehensive studies of agricultural production and productivity using farm-level data in Size: KB.
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Rice Production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its Contribution to Poverty Alleviation Rice Production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its Contribution to Poverty Alleviation Jerry A.
Ngailo Abiud L. Kaswamila & Catherine J. Senkoro Research Report No. Mkuk na Nyota Publ shers P. Box Dar es Salaam, Tanzan a Publisher: REPOA This report examines the role of rice production in poverty alleviation, with a comparison to other farming activities, in particular producing crops of maize and cotton.
State of Macro-fiscal Policy Framework and Public Financial Management in Tanzania. Southern African Regional Poverty Network All titles: " Rice production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its contribution to poverty alleviation "Cited by: This study surveys three villages important for rice production in the Maswa District, Tanzania: Shishiyu, Mwanhegele and Bukangilija.
Special attention is given to the rice based cropping system and its contribution to poverty alleviation relative to other activities in the farming system. Abstract This study was carried out in the Maswa District, Shinyanga Region, to assess the role played by rice for poverty alleviation as compared to other farming activities.
Three sample villages, namely Shishiyu, Mwanhegele and Bukangilija were surveyed. Ngailo, JA, Kaswamila AL, Senkoro CL () Rice production in the Maswa district, Tanzania and its contribution to poverty alleviation. Research on poverty alleviation, research report Tanzania and its contribution to poverty alleviation book, Dar es Salaam Google ScholarCited by: 4.
Rice Production in Maswa District, Tanzania and its Contribution to Poverty Alleviation. This report examines the role of rice production in poverty alleviation, with a comparison to other farming activities, Research Report. Financing Public Health Care.
Rice Production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its Contribution to Poverty Alleviation, mwakaISBN - 38 - 7 (pamoja na maelezo kuhusu wilaya) Introduction of ox-drawn weeders in Maswa District, Shinyanga Region, Tanzania Village Reports for Hinduki, Ipililo, Mwang’holo, and Zebeya in Maswa District, Like its Asian parent, NERICA has high yield.
These varieties are, therefore, expected to reduce food insecurity and poverty through increasing rice production and rice income. The objective of this paper is to assess the contribution of improved rice varieties to improving food security and reducing poverty in Cited by: WARDA’s mission is to contribute to poverty alleviation and food security in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) through research, development and partnership activities aimed at increasing based in Tanzania.
WARDA has its headquarters in Cotonou, Benin and regional research stations near Saint- Growing lowland rice: a production handbook File Size: KB. Table 8: Financial analysis of smallholder rice production at Kilombero without and with the adoption of KPL’s SRI package.
39 Table 9: Financial analysis of smallholder rice production at Mtenda Kyela rice scheme in Mbeya,File Size: 2MB. Assessing market distortions affecting poverty reduction efforts on smallholder tobacco production in Tanzania Dennis Rweyemamu and Monica Kimaro Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) SARPN acknowledges REPOA as a source of this document: Tanzania: Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper - Annual Implementation Report /07, Jan Rice production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its contribution to poverty alleviation, Assessing market distortions affecting poverty reduction efforts on smallholder tobacco production in Tanzania, [Decem ] Rice production in Tanzania is increasingly important to the national economy and is among the major sources of employment and income for many farming households.
While Tanzania meets 98% of its own rice demand, rice productivity in the country is low. “Rice Production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its Contribution to Poverty Alleviation.” “The Contribution of Microfinance Institutions to Poverty Reduction in Tanzania.” “The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Combating Soil Infertility and Poverty in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania.” “Assessing Market Distortions Affecting.
Write-up taken from the IRRI's Rice Almanac (). Tanzania is located in East Africa and has a total area ofkm 2, of which % () is arable land and is contained within a land boundary of 3, km and a 1,km climate varies from tropical along the coast to temperate in highlands.
Natural hazards include drought and flooding on the central plateau in the rainy. The importance of rice (Oryza sativa L.) as a food and cash crop in Eastern Africa, is increasing, but its value chain is becoming complex. In /13, rice value chain analysis was conducted in.
Rice Production in the Maswa District, Tanzania and its Contribution to Poverty Alleviation The Contribution of Microfinance Institutions to Poverty Reduction in Tanzania The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Combating Soil Infertility and Poverty in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania Assessing Market Distortions Affecting Poverty Reduction Efforts on Smallholder Tobacco Production in.
The importance of rice (Oryza sativa L.) as a food and cash crop in Eastern Africa, is increasing, but its value chain is becoming complex. In /13, rice value chain analysis was conducted in rice farming systems of Lake, Eastern and Southern-Highlands zones of Tanzania.
A sample of producers, 60 traders and 30 processors was. The estimated extent of this system is aroundha which contributes 60% of total rice production in Tanzania. This is a remarkable, but little known, success story, and represents a water. Rice is the second most important cereal in Tanzania and mostly used as a cash crop.
The cultivated area of ha represent 18% of Tanzania’s cultivated land. The general objective of this study was to examine the rice marketing chain in Mpanda district of Tanzania.
Specifically, the study intended to carry out the value chain mapping Author: Albert Samwel Moshi.FINAL SURVEY REPORT ON THE STATUS OF RICE PRODUCTION, PROCESSING AND MARKETING IN UGANDA BY Labour contribution in rice farming operations by gender as viewed by political support and farmers’ enthusiasm) for increasing its rice production to self-sufficiency, the crop is still relatively new in the country’sFile Size: 1MB.Rice from Tanzania - Free to use unique search engine of reliable, genuine and verified companies, suppliers, exporters, sellers, manufacturers, factories, traders, tradeleads of products and services from all over the world.