Sustainable Agriculture Tanzania (SAT)

SAT works with small-scale farmers face-to-face, in a holistic way, to facilitate, exchange and refine agroecological methods through dissemination, application and research, to strengthen livelihoods.

The organisation creates linkages between farmers, educators, researchers and government, to generate and inspire locally-relevant knowledge.

Since 2011, SAT has brought over 2000 smallscale farmers into the agroecological farming movement by demonstrating and practising agroecological principles in 72 groups from 52 villages using participatory farmer field schools.

This community builds SAT’s Innovation Platform where all gained experiences are made accessible to a national community of more than 50,000 farmers.

  • Food
  • 2017
  • Established Projects
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  • Kila Kala Road, Tushikamane Centre, Morogoro, Morogoro P.O.Box 6369, Tanzania