Updated Sep 02, 2020
Part of CIMMYThttps://www.cimmyt.org/projects/stress-tolerant-maize-for-africa-stma/
-Decreasing maize yields, Decrease of incomes and food security -lack of water, sanitation and hygiene -lack of knowledge of soil management -Poverty -Illiteracy regarding agriculture -bad influence of peer group and perception of what is normal.
By providing stress-tolerant maize varieties for increased maize yields in environments with eractic rainfall patterns In addition to that, will provide education to the farmers regarding soil management by using traditional fertilizer and fumigation. Moreover will arrange tour and dialogue to different groups of farmers to learn from the farmers regarding the selection and preservation of the seeds.
|Recruit||2 management, 2 boards, 1 advisory, 1, accountant, 2 secretaries, 4 training professionals,|
Martin Lukando, Retired director of meteorology in Tanzania -MBA holder worked in Swaziland as well. Joyce Bernard Mung'ong'o ( Mrs Muzuma) worked in USA as Medical Laboratory Scientist (ASCP) and worked in Tanzania as a High School Teacher. Mary Ntandu, worked as a high school teacher and middle school teacher in Swaziland. she also worked in UK. Government officials- we will partnership with Government to bring more impact to the targeted group
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN AND YOUTH