1. Farmers consider crop-reduction organisms to be pests and diseases. Insects, birds or other animals are considered pests whenever they cause damage to crops or to stored harvests. Fungi, bacteria and viruses are identified as diseases, when they invade or alter vital plant growth activities or...
  2. How do organic farmers benefit from biodiversity? Biodiversity fights pests, improves soil, and increases food security. Kilomohai Training Materialshttp://www.kilimohai.org/kilimohai/training-materials
  3. 22 តុលា 2020 Technical Series on the Conceptual Framework for Addressing Acute Malnutrition in Africa’s Drylands Childhood wasting is an increasing global public health problem and studies have shown that emergency rates of global acute malnutrition persist in the longer-term in some dryland contexts—even in...
  4. Poster - Benefits of agroforestry systems. Increase the productivity of your farmland by introducting trees. Kilomohai Training Materialshttp://www.kilimohai.org/kilimohai/training-materials
  5. Tanzania Organic Agriculture Movement (TOAM) is a registered NGO formed in 2005 under the NGO Act of 2002. We are an umbrella organization that coordinates and promotes the development of organic farming among farmers, distributors and consumers through networking and information distribution....
  6. Small holder farmers and practitioners from Tanzania share agroecology best practices to control pests and diseases. English Subtitles
  7. Small holder farmers and practitioners from Tanzania share best practices on agro-forestry. English Subtitles
  8. Small holder farmers and practitioners from Tanzania share agroecology best practices of small livestock husbandry and fish farming. English Subtitles
  9. Small holder farmers and entrepreneurs from Tanzania provide insights in markets for organic products. English Subtitles
  10. Small holder farmers and practitioners from Tanzania provide insights into the livelihood benefits of agroecology. English Subtitles