Trustees of Agricultural Promotion Programme - TAPP

Category Archives: SALFP

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 BICYCLES

TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF BICYCLES The Trustees of Agricultural Promotion Programme (TAPP) is a local Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) registered under the Trustees Incorporation Act of Malawi (1962) registration number RG17665/1/1 and has been a member of CONGOMA since 2006 and NGO Board since 2011. TAPP implements development projects in livestock and crop value chain; […]

PROCUREMENT NOTICE FOR THE SUPPLY OF LIVESTOCK

PROCUREMENT NOTICE 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 […]

Success Story of Filida Lazalo

MINIMIZING PRODUCTION COSTS THROUGH SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE PRACTICES Filida Lazalo, 47 years old is another lead farmer who hails from Lavu village in Group Village Headman Lavu of Traditional Authority (TA) Chiwere in Dowa district. She is a mother of 7 children 2 boys and 5 girls. As Gladies’ case, she was also identified as a […]

Success Story of Esnart Jafale

Esnart Jafale Sustanable Agriculture Esnart Jafale aged 38  hails from Kafulutila  village in Mgwazamaya section, she has five  children and she is one of the lead farmers under Sustainable Agriculture Lead farmer Programme implemented by Trustees of Agriculture Promotion Programme which is funded by development fund of Norway. Before lead farmer training Mrs Jafale was […]

Success Story of Mrs Velina Newa

FRUIT OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE Mrs Velina Newa, aged  32, has 4 children and hails from Mtambo village , group village Sadulira, Nthyoka section. She is one of the lead farmers who are participating in SALFP  project implemented by TAPP  and funded by Development Fund Of Norway. She attended 5 days training which focused on sustainable […]

Success Story of Mr and Mrs Rabson

 RABSON’S FAMILY AGRICU LTURAL FAIRY TELL STORY Mrs  Gladys Rabson comes from Lundu village, Group Village Headman Sadalaki, Traditional Authority Mkukula, in Dowa district. She is 47 years old and has 6 children. In 2014, her step son, Aaron Mwachipisa, who is the lead farmer from their village went for a lead farmer training and […]

Success Story of Mr and Mrs kaliyati

FRUITS OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE; A CASE OF KALIYATI’S FAMILY Mr  Gavern and Mrs Elesina Kaliyati come from Makombe village, Traditional Authority Mkukula in Dowa district. They have 5 children, the eldest being 33 years old, while the youngest is aged 22. Previously Mr. Kaliyati used to do piece works at different companies but when he […]

Success Story of Dorothy Mavuto

SHINING WITH BENEFITS OF SALFP PROJECT Dorothy Mavuto, aged 34, is a married woman with four children, two boys and two girls. She comes from Manunkhila village, Group Village Head Bwanamali of Traditional Authority Malenga in Ntchisi District. She is one of the lead farmers who were trained by Trustees of Agriculture Promotion Programme in […]

Success Story of Mrs Velinas Manda

FIGHTING HUNGER THROUGH BETTER METHODS OF FARMING Mrs Velinas Manda, aged 49, is a widow and hails from Kazonga village, Group Village Head Kazonga of Traditional Authority (TA) Malenga in Ntchisi District. She has been experiencing food shortage for many years due to poor harvest because of the effects of climate change and also insufficient […]