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the national food reserve agency in tanzania
The National Food Reserve Agency in Tanzania
  • Public Institution under the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives
  • Mission : Guarantee the National Food Security at all times
  • Establishment : 1st July 2008
the national food reserve agency in tanzania1
The National Food Reserve Agency in Tanzania

What we do;

  • Procurement and storage (Maize, sorghum)
  • Marketing (non-profit organization)
  • Modernization of operating systems
  • Utilization of modern management tools
partnership with wfp
Partnership with WFP
  • Support the National Capacity Building
  • Implement safety net programmes
  • Reinforce Emergency response
  • Enhance access to markets for small holders
  • Implement WFP strategy in using food assistance to underpin sustainable hunger solutions
partnership with wfp1
Partnership with WFP
  • Implement the ASDP and KILIMO KWANZAStrategy to promote best practices
  • Food procurement from small holders
  • Agricultural market development
  • To benefit low-income farmers
  • Combine WFP & NFRA s’ purchasing capacities to support sustainable development in food security and nutrition
what worked well
What worked well !
  • The Signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) formalizing the cooperation between WFP and NFRA
  • Purchases from small holder farmers through the logistics framework of the NFRA
  • 80,608 mt maize purchased by WFP

(33,000 mt in 2011 and 47,608 mt in 2012)

  • Rotation of NFRA stocks
what worked well1
What worked well !
  • Quality Commodity Trainings operated by the WFP P4P Food Technologist
  • Technical assistance for NFRA to enhance its role as the National Food Reserve Agency (400,000 MT)
  • Strengthen Emergency preparedness and response capacity through enhanced storage capacity
the challenges
The Challenges !
  • Put in place a new procurement strategy (purchase from Farmers Groups)
  • Secure stocks at all times
  • Compete with Private Sector
  • Respond to WFP regional food requirements
  • Modernise the operating systems
  • Increase the storage capacities
beyond wfp p4p
Beyond WFP & P4P !
  • Mapping the Farmers Groups
  • Establish efficient M&E systems
  • Direct purchases from smallholder farmers
  • Promote Food Security & Food Safety
  • Increase the operational capacities to ensure efficient food reserves
  • Promote the integration of the NFRA in the Agriculture Development Strategy
thank you
Thank You

Asanteni Sana

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