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Tanzania – Tabora 2

Tabora 2

Lead Technician - Tabora 2

About the Project

In Tabora region, rapid population growth has placed enormous pressure on natural and environmental resources. Tabora is also famous for tabacco growing, beekeeping (honey and beeswax) and timber activities. Livestock farming is also an important economic activity in the region. The climate is generally hot (20 to 32 degrees C), with relative humidity ranging from 25 to 65% and rainfall ranges from 650 to 850 mm per year. Although the Region is semi-arid, many villages have high water aquifers that are easily tapped into and provide a consistent source of water for irrigating for high value crops such as vegetables and trees.

General Information

Year started:


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% of participants by gender:

66% male, 34% female

Current project phase:


Tabora 2 at a Glance


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Total People Helped

Meet the Tabora 2 Staff

Mwimi Daudi Rimbei

Lead Technician - Tabora 2
Mwimi Daudi Rimbei attended university at the Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) in Morogoro, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Rural Development. Before beginning to work for TREES in 2019, he had several field practical training experiences. He worked as Project Officer at Development Support and Promotion Organization (DESPO), TABORA. He also worked with Highlands Hope Umbrela the projects on ‘MBOGA MBOGA and UNGA LISHE PROJECTS and helped USAID and INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION (ILO) as Youth Project Coordinator. He is fluent in both Kiswahili and English.

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