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The Agribusiness Innovation Center of Tanzania : Scaling Value-Adding, Post-Harvest Processing Agribusinesses

ACCESS TO MARKETS ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY ACCOUNTING AGRIBUSINESS AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AGRICULTURE AGRONOMY AIC ANIMAL DISEASES ANIMALS APPLES BAKERY PRODUCTS BEEF BEVERAGES BONE MEAL BRAND BRAND NAME BRANDS BREAD BUSINESS ACTIVITIES BUSINESS CENTER BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MODEL BUSINESS MODELS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS PLAN BUSINESS PLANNING BUSINESSES BUYER BUYERS CA CABBAGES CAPABILITIES CAPABILITY CAPACITY BUILDING CAPACITY-BUILDING CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CASH CROPS CASHEW NUT CASHEW NUTS CASHEWS CASSAVA CASSAVA FLOUR CASSAVA PRODUCTION CASSAVA STARCH CEREALS CERTIFICATION STANDARDS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE COFFEE COLD CHAIN COMMERCE COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL FARMERS COMMERCIAL FARMING COMMERCIALIZATION COMMODITY COMMUNITY BANKS COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE COMPETITIVENESS CONSUMER GOOD COOKING COPYRIGHT COTTON CROP CROP HUSBANDRY CROPS CULTIVATION DAIRY DIRECT SALES DOMESTIC MARKET DRIED FRUIT ECONOMIC COOPERATION EDIBLE OILS EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT CREATION ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP EQUIPMENT ESSENTIAL OILS EXPENDITURE EXPORT CROPS EXPORT DEVELOPMENT EXPORT EARNINGS EXPORT MARKETS EXTRACTS FAO FARM FARMER FARMER ASSOCIATIONS FARMERS FARMS FERTILIZER FIBER CROPS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL PRODUCTS FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL SYSTEM FINISHED PRODUCT FISH PROCESSING FLOUR FLOWERS FOOD POLICY FOOD POLICY RESEARCH FOOD PROCESSING FOOD PROCESSING COMPANIES FOOD PROCESSORS FOOD PRODUCTS FOOD REQUIREMENTS FOOD SAFETY FOOD STAPLES FOODS FOREIGN INVESTMENT FOREST PRODUCTS FRESH FRUIT FRUIT FRUITS FUND MANAGEMENT GRAINS GROSS PROFIT GROUNDNUT GROUNDNUTS GROWTH IN AGRICULTURE GROWTH POTENTIAL HARVESTING HONEY HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS HORTICULTURE HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY HYGIENE IFPRI IMPLEMENTATION PLAN IMPLEMENTATION STAGE INCOME GENERATION INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT INFRASTRUCTURE ACCESS INNOVATION INNOVATION PROGRAMS INPUT PROVIDERS INSTITUTION INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL MARKET INTERNATIONAL MARKETS JUICES LABOR FORCE LAND USE LEATHER LEGUMES LEMONS LIMITED ACCESS LOCAL GOVERNMENT MAIZE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MANGO MANGOES MANUFACTURING MARKET ACCESS MARKET CONDITIONS MARKET DEMAND MARKET INFORMATION MARKET OPPORTUNITIES MARKET OPPORTUNITY MARKET RESEARCH MARKET RISKS MARKET SHARE MARKETING MATERIAL MEAT MEDIUM ENTERPRISE MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MIDDLEMEN MILLS NET PROFIT NETWORKS NEW MARKETS OILSEED CROPS OILSEEDS ONIONS OPERATING COSTS ORANGES PACKAGING PALM OIL PAPAYA PDF PERISHABLE PRODUCTS PERSONAL COMMUNICATION PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PINEAPPLES PLANT EXTRACTS PLANTATIONS PRICE INCENTIVES PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTORS PROCESSED FOODS PROCUREMENT PRODUCE PRODUCT QUALITY PRODUCT ·MARKET PRODUCTION OF RICE PRODUCTIVITY PROFITABILITY QUALITY MANAGEMENT R&D REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT RELEVANT MARKET RESULT RESULTS RETAIL RICE RURAL ENTREPRENEURS SALE SALES SALES SUPPORT SATELLITE SAVINGS SEED SEED VARIETIES SERVICE PROVIDER SERVICE PROVIDERS SESAME SISAL SPICES SUBSTITUTE SUBSTITUTION SUGAR SUGARCANE SUNFLOWER SUNFLOWER OIL SUPERMARKETS SUPPLIER TANGERINES TARGET MARKET TARGETS TEA TECHNICAL SKILLS TECHNICAL SUPPORT TECHNICAL TRAINING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT TOBACCO TOMATOES TRANSACTION COSTS TRANSPORT TROPICAL FRUITS TRUST FUNDS TURNOVER VALUE CHAIN VALUE CHAINS VEGETABLES VITAMINS WAREHOUSE WHEAT WHEAT FLOUR WORKING CAPITAL YIELDS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania
2014-04-07T20:18:47Z | 2014-04-07T20:18:47Z | 2011

Tanzania has tremendous potential to support a thriving agribusiness sector. Agriculture is diverse and extensive, employing more than 80 percent of the population, and contributing about 28 percent of Gross Domestic Product, or GDP and 30 percent of export earnings. A wide range of agricultural commodities are produced in Tanzania, including fiber (sisal, cotton), beverages (coffee, tea), sugar, grains (a diverse range of cereals and legumes), horticulture (temperate and tropical fruits, vegetables and flowers) and edible oils. This document proposes a new model for promoting the growth of competitive value-added sunflower oil processing in Tanzania, and also seeks to identify potential growth enterprises in other value chains. The Agribusiness Innovation Center (AIC) will provide a set of financial and non-financial services to high-growth potential entrepreneurs, aiming to accelerate the growth of their enterprises and demonstrating product, process, and business model innovation across focal sectors. The AIC will complement existing efforts focused on farm-level improvements and foreign investment facilitation.

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