Aida Isinika: reflections on the eDialogue
November 12, 2020

In the first of a four-part blog series,  – Aida Isinika, APRA Tanzania Country Lead and Professor, Sokoine University of Agriculture, shares her experience of the third UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, Foresight4Food, IFAD & APRA eDialogue session, all about African regional perspectives on the future for small-scale farming. Written by Aida Isinika It was… Read more »


APRA Tanzania present findings to media
November 2, 2020

After the successful high profile media coverage by the APRA Malawi team, the Tanzania team have followed suit by presenting a selection of their research findings to 23 different media houses during a special event held at the Sokoine Agricultural University (SUA) on 21 October 2020. Media organisations that attended included BBC Swahili, Tanzania Daily… Read more »


For more detailed information about our research in Tanzania, download our country brochure. APRA is working in Tanzania to conduct quantitative and qualitative research to: 

  • Analyse the effects of different forms of rice commercialisation on poverty, food and nutrition security, and women’s empowerment in the Kilombero valley of Tanzania;
  • commercialisation have evolved over time to assess the dynamics of agrarian change, and how these have influenced the livelihood opportunities and outcomes for rural men and women in Singida, Tanzania;
  • Explore the different pathways young people use to establish themselves in farming or associated economic activities in areas where agriculture is already highly commercialised;
  • commercialisation pathways and rural livelihoods, looking at what the impacts have been – and for whom.

Contact Person: Hannington Odame | hsodame@gmail.com