Trustees of Agricultural Promotion Programme - TAPP

Category Archives: CBAM

Vacant Post : M&E OFFICER

VACANT POSITION Fixed Term Appointment Monitoring and Evaluation Officer JOB ORGANISATION CONTEXT If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about working with smallholder farmers to improve their livelihoods, we would like to hear from you. TAPP is currently implementing projects with funding from the Royal Norwegian Embassy (RNE) through the Development Fund […]

TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF LIVESTOCK

Trustees of Agriculture Promotion Programme (TAPP) with funding from the Development Fund of Norway (DFN) is implementing climate smart interventions under the Sustainable Agriculture Lead Farmer Programme (SALFP) in Lilongwe, Ntchisi and Dowa districts. The overall goal of the programme is to reduce poverty and vulnerability to climate change in Malawi. Trustees of Agriculture Promotion […]

Vacant Post : FIELD OFFICER

Success Story of Mr. Piano

Success story of Mr. Piano Born in 1932, Mr. Piano Gideon is married with 3 children (1 male and 2 female). He was trained as a lead farmer (LF) in 2010. To date, he has 25 follower farmer, 7 male and 18 females. In the first year of project implementation, Mr. Piano dug 100 pits […]

Success Story of Katakwala Moyo

A HOUSE FROM AGRO-FORESTRY TREE SEEDLINGS Katakwala Moyo comes from Pondapo Village of Group Village Head Ndembo in T/A Mkukula, Dowa District. Katakwala Moyo is one of the hard working farmers that hail from Chibvala EPA. He is 46 years old and blessed with seven children. He has been an active farmer since 1997. Ever […]

Success Story of Samalani M’bena

BENEFITS OF PIGGERY PRODUCTION Samalani M’bena comes from Kamchacha village of group village headman Nyongo in Dowa district. He is 58 years old and blessed with 1 son and 5 daughters. M’bena is one of the hardworking beneficiaries of Malawi-Zambia (MAZA) project. In 2012, M’bena became a member of Nyongo piggery club, formed in response […]

Success Story of Alesa Mtengula

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGIES REDUCED ALESA’S COST OF MAIZE PRODUCTION Alesa Mtengula comes from Namoni village of Group Village Headman Namoni, Traditional Authority Chiwere in Dowa district. She is 56 years old and has 5 daughters and 2 sons. Alesa is a lead farmer under Malawi Zambia (MAZA) project implemented by TAPP with the funding from […]

Success Story of Rhoda Mbiri

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES RESOLVED RHODA’S FOOD INSECURITY PROBLEM

Success Story of Chrissy Mazengera

Success Story-Chrissy Mazengera Chrissy aged 49, is a happily married lead farmer with 4 children (1 male and 3 female). Chrissy was trained as a lead farmer in 2012. In her first year after training, Chrissy practiced conservation agriculture (CA) on a 0.25 acre, and on her next growing season, 2013 she had 0.5 acre. […]

TAPP commends lead farmers in Ntchisi

Lead farmer receiving a bicycle during the function Trustees of Agricultural Promotion Program (TAPP) have commended lead farmers in Ntchisi for passing the skills they learn from agricultural organizations to other follower farmers making their communities acquire sustainable agriculture practices hence improving their agricultural production. Speaking during a field day in Ntchisi on Thursday, TAPP’s […]