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Tanzania National Committee for Family Farming

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Joined June 2017

conducting research and lobbying and advocacy for the issues pertaining family farming Conducting practical-based training – in collaboration with the strategic partners

Presence in: Tanzania
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights, Economic Empowerment, Education, Environmental Justice, Gender-based violence, Governance, Land & Natural Resources, Peace-building

Tanzania National Committee for Family Farming  is affiliated to International Year for Family Farming 2014+10 (TaNCO-FF-IYFF+10) for the Promotion of Human and Food Security and Policy dialogue on food, agriculture, rural livelihoods and development. The TaNCO-FF-IYFF+10 -Tanzania is discussing issues and leaving the implementation to the families concerned by the projects or programmes. The role and responsibility of the Network/ NCC-IYFF+10 is to coordinate monitor and general data on family farming and share results through their organizations or cooperatives (FOs).

Tanzania National Committee for Family Farming was registered as a Company Limited by guarantee and not having share capital in February 2017 under Company Act of 2002 with registration No. 133522. The organization working with representing group: such as research institutions, agro-NGOs and rural farmer group for relevant field research, creating opportunities, raising awareness and building capacity on issues of agriculture, human and food security and Sovereignty

People Associated With This Organization

Frank Ademba

Tanzania  
Tanzania National Committee for Family...
Joined June 2017
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Gender-based violence, Land & Natural Resources, Peace-building, Women's Rights
Frank Ademba is affiliated by National committee for Family Farming (Via-Campesina) Tanzania - as Executive secretary . He has extensive experience in community development work in Tanzania, particularly in agricultural practice and providing support to small-scale farmers. In his most recent research, Frank Ademba is trying to investigate the impact of large-scale government agricultural investments, specifically Southern Highlands of Tanzania, on smallholding farmers and the rush for agricultural lands which is ultimately destroying peasant livelihoods, and resulting in deeper poverty. Frank has been, presenting papers in different universities in Tanzania, Kenya, Italy, Czech-Republic, German, Spain, Netherlands and China . Frank is seeking to share some information concern global land right movement for lobbing and advocacy purpose for policy changers.

Jeremiah Wandili

Tanzania  
Tanzania National Committee for Family... (Unverified)
Joined October 2017
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights, Economic Empowerment, Environmental Justice, Gender-based violence
Jeremiah Paul Wandili is the Community Development expert, dynamic social entrepreneur, community trainer, civil society leader and African change maker, with vast and outstanding experiences in community development projects management, working with local and international organization. In his capacity as CEO of Jembe Agribusiness Company (JACo), over the past 6 years, he managed to train various regional organizations, SME’s and companies in leadership and business development services, marketing facilitation, value addition for the post harvest management. Currently working as Program Coordinator at Peoples’ Development Forum (PDF) supporting the implementation of urban programs for Child Protection funded by; Save the Children Tanzania and Urban Legal Empowerment funding support from Legal Services Facility
Also is the YALI Regional Leadership Center for East and Central Africa Alumni (Cohort 12) in Civic leadership; Tanzania Chapter lead.
Frank Ademba is the network champion (main point of contact) for Tanzania National Committee for Family Farming.

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