Networking event connects
beneficiaries from five USAID programs
In Mbeya City,
Tanzania, micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) lack opportunities
to meet, network and identify business deals with other MSMEs, agricultural
input suppliers, millers, food processors, business development service
providers (BDSPs), financial institutions, youth and women leaders, traders and
to build an…
ENGINE Supported capacity building leads to Successful Mango Cultivation Business
As a child, in lieu of playing with his friends, John Mwakitalu would opt to work in his family’s garden where he would “help the plants grow”. He was fascinated with the plants’ life cycles and wanted to learn more. In pursuit of this knowledge, John attended Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, and studied with the SUGECO Business…read more
The new four-year, $20 million program will help foster inclusive, broad-based economic growth.
Photo by USAID Tanzania/Flickr.
Tanzania is nearing a tipping point. In just the past five years, Tanzania has doubled its revenue, curbed inflation, and now counts itself among the top 20 fastest growing countries in the world.
IESC has been awarded a new four-year, $20 million program in Tanzania…read more