With seed kits from AVRDC - World Vegetable Center, students at Baraa Primary School in Arusha, Tanzania learned how to produce their own vegetables and discovered why it is important to eat some vegetables every day. See what they have grown!
Tuta absoluta is a recent arrival in East Africa and it poses serious threats to vegetable producers, especially tomato growers. AVRDC hosted a workshop to inform and educate government and private sector partners about control options.
On 28 August 2015, several ministers and high-ranking officials from Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe toured the campus of AVRDC Eastern and Southern Africa in Arusha, Tanzania.
New pickle product lines in attractive packaging boost sales for local processors in Tanzania.
VINESA: Improving income and nutrition in eastern and southern Africa by enhancing vegetable-based farming and food systems in peri-urban corridors.
The 20 young members of the new Maweni Young Vegetable Growers Association (MAYOVEGA) took a three-day tour of Lushoto District, […]
Rally buses made the circuit of villages in Arusha and Dodoma, to spread the good word about these nutritious crops.