Actions for Development Programs Mbozi

Together We Save Communities

Our Strategic Areas

Food security in the context of climate change and nutrition improved.

a) Increasing crop and livestock production.
b) Strengthening post harvest practices
c) Improving food budgeting at household level
d) Improving nutrition status at household level
e) Promoting appropriate farming technologies

Entrepreneurship and market accessibility enhanced

a) Strengthening Producers’ marketing groups and associations.
b) Promoting business development skills.
c) Promoting access to markets information by producers.
d) Enhancing Producers’ and traders’ linkage.
e) Enhancing access to Financial Services

Enhanced community empowerment in dealing with children, gender, HIV/AIDS, and Good Governance

a) Promoting rights and security of children.
b) Promoting gender equality and equity.
c) Enhancing HIV / AIDS prevention and Impact mitigation including O/MVC support.
d) Enhancing Good governance.

The governance and management capacity of ADP Mbozi strengthened in order to operate efficiently and effectively.

a) Enhancing financial capacity of ADP Mbozi.
b) Improving policies, systems and procedures.
c) Improving human resource.
d) Improving storage and retrieval of information.
e) Enhancing networking and collaboration.
f) Enhancing publicity of ADP Mbozi

Historical Background

In 1985 there occurred a serious famine in many parts of Southern Tanzania including Mbozi district as a result of which the Mbozi District Council contracted a consultant to find out what was the cause and how best to deal with the same.  The survey findings highlighted low utilization of agricultural technology, inadequate extension staff and inadequate supply of agricultural inputs as the main causes.

Our Values

  • Commitment
  • Sharing out
  • Transparency
  • Trustworthy

About ADP Mbozi

Actions for Development Programmes – Mbozi (ADP-Mbozi) is a registered national NGO with its headquarters based in Vwawa, Songwe region. The organization was officially registered on 10th October 2005 under Non Governmental Organization’s  (NGO) Act number 24 of 2002, section 11(3) Act.

Intergrated Food Security Project in Songwe

Tumaini’s Journey

Tumaini’s journey is a testament to the life-changing effects of the Integrated Food Security Project, implemented by ADP-Mbozi and its commitment to empowering marginalized farmers, through various trainings the project equips farmers with necessary skills to overcome challenges, improve their

Intergrated Food Security Project in Songwe

Trezia Juma on Integreted Food security Project

Trezia Juma Shalula expresses her heartfelt gratitude towards ADP-Mbozi for their extension package including farmers field school approach for the invaluable knowledge and support that has transformed her family’s life: “The FFS has been a life-changing experience for us. We

Intergrated Food Security Project in Songwe

Beneficiaries of the of IFS Project

Beneficiaries of the of IFSP have expressed their gratitude for some transformative impact the project have on their lives, as one farmer Raphael Mpanji said: “The farmer field school has changed the way we approach agriculture and has brought us