Pictured are the Tanzania Country Program Coordinator of the U.S African Development foundation Godfrey Kassanga (left) presenting an official grant document to the Chairman of Kongwa Cereals Growers Association Jeremiah Mwimbe Maina (Third from right front row)during a grant signing ceremony held at USADF offices in Dar es Salaam on May 10, 2012. Witnessing the event were the USAID Trade and Investment Advisor Eric Johnson, Managing Director of Centre for Sustainable Development Initiative William Massawe (second from left) and some members and staff of CHAWANAKO.
CHAWANAKO’s Chairman Jeremiah Maina (Seated second from right) and Executive Secretary Jeremiah Mtagwa (centre seated) signing on behalf of their association a grant document during a brief ceremony held at USADF offices in Dar es Salaam on May 10, 2012. Witnessing the event were the USAID Trade and Investment Advisor Eric Johnson (standing second from right), USADF Tanzania Country Program Coordinator Godfrey Kassanga (standing second from left) Managing Director of Centre for Sustainable Development Initiative William Massawe and some members and staff of CHAWANAKO.Photo courtesy of the American Embassy in Tanzania
The United States African Development Foundation (USADF) has provided a Tshs 116,575,000 (USD 100,000) grant to Kongwa Cereal Growers Association (CHAWANAKO) of Kongwa District in Dodoma to enable the Association implement its High Quality Food Grains Production and Marketing Project. The two years project aims at enhancing the association’s prospects for sustainable food grains business expansion by supporting its more than 100 farmer members improve their cultivation and agronomy capacity.
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