The NAP 2013 is indeed a tool for facilitating the attainment of the National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (NSGRP)’s objectives, the Tanzania Development Vision 2025 that envisages raising the general standards of living of Tanzanians to the level of a typical medium-income developing country by 2025, and meeting the Millennium Development Goals.
Agriculture is an important economic sector that play great role to the National economy in Tanzania. In the year 2020, the sector contributed 26.9 percent of the National GDP (Economic Survey Report, 2020). The contribution of crop sub-sector to the GDP was 15.4 percent, Livestock 7.1 percent, Fisheries 1.7 percent and Forest 2.7 percent.
Tanzania Seed Traders Association (TASTA), is a membership organisation whose main role is to represent the interest of its members and provide a forum where the seed companies can interact, share information, and channel their challenges to the government. TASTA has 40 registered and active members , drawn from the Agricultural Seed Agency (ASA), sub-national seed associations, public and...
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