The Australian Government Rural Fund Through Care International
Iringa District Council in Iringa region.
KNK is a transformative Programme, which is implemented in Tanzania’s Iringa District. The project aims at increasing food and nutrition security, income and climate change resilience among vulnerable and rural small-scale women farmers. KNK results are achieved through gender transformative programming over a four-year period, targeting 3,825 direct beneficiaries. KNK has three end of project outcomes as presented here under;
Sundy Merchants as a private sector partner was engaged by Care International in order to facilitate commercialization of soybean production through strengthening of soybean market systems. Commercialization of the soybean value chain in Iringa DC is being done through following;
KNK project results are achieved through a multi-pronged, gendered and SuPER (Sustainable, Profitable/ Productive, Equitable, Resilient) approach which includes the following;
From the activities that Sundy has been doing over the past year, there has been significant success on the side of the women groups.