• Our Seeds, Our Sovereignty, Our Life

    Given the fact that farmers’ saved seeds that have always helped smallholder farmers over years to endure the pests, disease and drought periods are nowhere to be seen in most of agro dealer’s shops, smallholder farmers and members of MVIWATA are working hard to restore their seed sovereignty by producing...

  • MVIWATA’s Meeting with the Ministry of Agriculture in Realizing the 2020/2021 Budget Implementation and 2021/2022 Budget Priorities

    In facilitating farmers’ participation in national budget processes, MVIWATA organized a one-day meeting with the Ministry of Agriculture, Division of Policy and Planning of which Mr Mohamed Chikawe an officer in the Division presented to the smallholder farmers and members of MVIWATA the status of implementation of the budget of...

  • 17th April: International Day of Peasants’ Struggles.

    Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima Tanzania – MVIWATA and La Via Campesina Southern and Eastern Africa organized a commemoration of International Day of Peasants’ Struggle on 17th April 2021 to mark 25 years since the brutal killing of 19 landless farmers by Brazilian police forces in Brazil. This years’ theme was centered on NO FUTURE...

  • Strengthening forest and farm producers through a series of training aimed to deliver climate-resilient landscapes and improved livelihoods.

    Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulim Tanzania – MVIWATA through a Climate Resilient Landscapes and Improved Livelihoods Program has so far implemented a direct training to more than 60 forest and farm producers in Kobi ward Njombe region. Forest and farm producers have so far received training on tree census, measuring...

  • Organic sunflower production program by MVIWATA expected to boost smallholder farmers’ income in Singida and Manyara regions.

    Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima Tanzania (MVIWATA) for years since its establishment has implemented various activities in production with the objective of ensuring smallholder farmers have  access and ownership of sustainable farming methods. Recently, alongside a number of on-going production initiatives MVIWATA is implementing a sunflower production program in five...

  • WOMEN’S DAY 2021

    In commemoration of International Women’s Day 2021, Members of Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima Tanzania – MVIWATA in Ruvuma, Mtwara and Shinyanga regions have celebrated this special day in collaboration with government and other stakeholders. MVIWATA’s motto in this celebration is “AGAINST THE VIRUS OF PATRIARCHY AND CAPITALISM, THE VACCINE...

  • Siku ya Wanawake Duniani 2021

    Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima Tanzania (MVIWATA) unakukaribisha kushiriki katika Maadhimisho ya Siku ya Wanawake Duniani Tarehe 8, Machi 2021.  Kutakuwa na mjadala kwa njia ya mtandao utakaojikita kwenye Maada ifuatayo ” Katika kupambana na Ubepari na Mfumo dume, Kinga ni Ufeministi na Mshikamano. MUDA: SAA (9) TISA KAMILI ALASIRI....

  • Vanilla production trainings through farmer to farmer learning sessions expected to uplifts farmers from poverty.

    Demonstrating how vanilla spice is planted to 30 smallholder farmers representing farmer groups’ members of MVIWATA in Ng’anda village Wanging’ombe district Njombe region is Mr Haji Ramadhani (Mkandanongwa) a member of MVIWATA from Mlimani local farmers network Morogoro Municipal. The vanilla production training was organised by members of MVIWATA in...

  • Improving implementation of Agricultural related projects through Social Accountability Monitoring (SAM) processes

    Mtandao wa Vikundi Vya Wakulima Tanzania (MVIWATA) Ruvuma branch held a feedback session with stakeholders in agriculture sector on monitored agricultural related projects. The participants of this session included smallholder farmers’ members of MVIWATA and government officers led by Namtumbo District Commissioner Hon, Sophia Mfaume.  The monitored projects included irrigation...

  • Membership mobilization for stronger and united smallholder farmers’ groups of MVIWATA.

    In overcoming the challenges smallholder farmers face in various aspects be it production (land, inputs), extension services, post-harvest management, processing and packaging, marketing, climate change, just to name few, there need to be a  stronger united farmers’ groups and networks that speak out by themselves on issues they face in...

LATEST NEWS

  • Our Seeds, Our Sovereignty, Our Life...
    Given the fact that farmers’ saved seeds that have always helped smallholder farmers over years to endure the pests, disease and drought periods are nowhere to be seen in most of agro dealer’s shops, smallholder...
    May 13, 2021 Read more »
  • MVIWATA’s Meeting with the Ministry of Agriculture...
    In facilitating farmers’ participation in national budget processes, MVIWATA organized a one-day meeting with the Ministry of Agriculture, Division of Policy and Planning of which Mr Mohamed Chikawe an officer in the Division presented to...
    May 13, 2021 Read more »
  • 17th April: International Day of Peasants’ Struggles....
    Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima Tanzania – MVIWATA and La Via Campesina Southern and Eastern Africa organized a commemoration of International Day of Peasants’ Struggle on 17th April 2021 to mark 25 years since the brutal killing of 19...
    May 05, 2021 Read more »
  • Strengthening forest and farm producers through a...
    Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulim Tanzania – MVIWATA through a Climate Resilient Landscapes and Improved Livelihoods Program has so far implemented a direct training to more than 60 forest and farm producers in Kobi ward...
    Mar 11, 2021 Read more »
  • Organic sunflower production program by MVIWATA expected...
    Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima Tanzania (MVIWATA) for years since its establishment has implemented various activities in production with the objective of ensuring smallholder farmers have  access and ownership of sustainable farming methods. Recently, alongside...
    Mar 09, 2021 Read more »
  • WOMEN’S DAY 2021...
    In commemoration of International Women’s Day 2021, Members of Mtandao wa Vikundi vya Wakulima Tanzania – MVIWATA in Ruvuma, Mtwara and Shinyanga regions have celebrated this special day in collaboration with government and other stakeholders....
    Mar 09, 2021 Read more »
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