SWISSAID employees from ten countries came together in Tanzania to share ideas about the use of organic farming methods. During the visit to one of the leading organic farming centres in East Africa, our experts were able to discuss, brainstorm and learn from each other.
Learning from one another: sharing knowledge in Tanzania
India has been gripped by three years of drought in the villages where SWISSAID’s partner organisations achieve pioneering women’s projects. In particular, this affects single women and their children. Day workers cannot find work, farmers are faced with empty stores, cattle perish – and many people are desperate. The suicide rate rose dramatically last year.
Organic farming helps poor farmers find a way out of poverty and hunger. This video lists the most convincing points.