Category: agriculture

The Eyes of The Youth

Exciting Opportunity for Agricultural graduates!

Kheri ya Mwaka Mpya! / Happy New Year! We are always looking for opportunities to make a difference – to create positive change in the world. The start of a New Year is always a great time to look what lies ahead of us and what we can do. And what a brilliant way to…
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Zeze’s Seed Money Success!

We all know just how vital food is for our survival, it’s something we learn instinctively at a very young age – our stomachs ache and begin to grumble and we realise how empty our stomachs feel, we may start to feel tired or get a headache, and our mood suddenly takes a nose-dive into…
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Doubling our Growing Season and Reducing Hunger

An Update from Benedicto Mains electricity came to Zeze in June, and everything is in place to start the food processing plant. We have been expecting the power to be switched on any day since then. Unfortunately today’s election has delayed everything, but we are optimistic we will be able to start soon.  The rains have come…
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Looking back and planning ahead

As we celebrate the new year, I am pleased to thank you all for your support of Mboni ya Vijana in 2019. Your voluntary works and donations have much value to Mboni ya Vijana and the societies we serve, and to moving us far in transforming our poor communities. In the next year, we are…
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Happy Finishing the Year 2019

MBONI YA VIJANA GROUP sympathetically acknowledges those who walked together in promoting development of the poor. Since 2014, we have been implementing small projects to sustain the demands of the youth and poor communities at Zeze village and Kasulu in Tanzania. The major issues we have been addressing are food and nutrition security, income security,…
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Solutions Drive Youth Camp 2019 Unified Societies

Brick making The improvements in agricultural production at Zeze in Kasulu Tanzania, is making the strength and effectiveness of the supporting food production in rural societies. From 29th July to 17th August 2019, Mboni ya Vijana Group held a youth camp that brought youth from different regions of Tanzania and Britain. The camp delivered technical…
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This is our success testimony we are pleased of

Transportation of maize yields at Zeze by a farmer Zeze village current with the population approximately to be 10,000+ people, heavily depend on peasantry farming on an area of 2,874.5 Hectares on which as well settles are and with more than 10,600 animals.  Since the establishment of the village, there have been traditionally farming operated…
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We are happy because they are happily fed

Fransisko Family High birth rate and climate change in  rural Tanzania, press families to food insufficient and build sadness and stunted children. However it is the small scheme, we are feeding youth’s families making them happy. Vestina is a single mother of two little girls. She didn’t know what to do with her children at…
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Founder Benedicto Hosea speaks at the UK Parliament

With Mboni Ya Vijana, Benedicto Hosea has set a standard of community-level developmental projects that are hard to follow. In his journey, Tanzania Development Trust has played a pivotal role, providing finance for many projects. For instance, in 2015, TDT gave funds for the construction of a village agricultural storage facility. Tanzania Development Trust has…
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Making progress to leaving no-one behind

By Benedicto Hosea – Project Leader “I did not know how to adopt the best farming methods until I found other farmers benefiting from improved and sustainable farming run by Mboni ya Vijana (MVG) at Zeze. The farming results registered by MVG’s beneficiaries in 2016/2017 farming season, encouraged me to adapt modern and best farming…
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