Food Security

1- learning theory first in  the  seminar room
2- Bishop Mwita with women farmers after training
3-participants learning to prepare ridges
4-learning to prepare a garden
5-practical learning
6-Women farmers learning to transplant seedlings
7-hands on during the seminar
8-onion demo garden
9-carrot demo garden
10-learning to weed a vegetable garden properly
11-a trained farmer making beehives for other beekeepers
5-practical learning
1- learning theory first in  the  seminar room
start stop bwd fwd


Mogabiri Farm Extension Centre hereafter “MFEC” is a rural development organization under the Anglican Diocese of Tarime which is operating under the Anglican of Tanzania (registered as ‘Society’ and the Registered Trustees of the Anglican Church of Tanzania. MFEC is working in the Tarime district, Mara region. It was established in 1986 and has been a role model in running sustainable improvement of community livelihoods in order to reduce poverty through crop production, environmental conservation, income generating activities (IGAs) as well as gender and women empowerment.

The major objective is mainstreamed into the long-term goal of the centre which is to improve the living standards of the people in Tarime district. MFEC has been implementing its programmes and services in various phases and in each phase it uses participatory approaches. Since its inception, MFEC follows community demand-driven ideas determined by the needs of the target beneficiaries. The approach places emphasis on community effective participation from the needs assessment stage to project implementation and evaluation stage with a view to hastening problem solving skills and promoting a sense of ownership for sustainability purposes.

MFEC past and present international and national development partners include the Government of Tanzania (through Tarime District Council), Inter-Church Organization for Development Cooperation (ICCO) in the Netherlands, Bread for The World (BfTW) in Germany, Heifer Project International (HPI) in USA, Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM Tanzania), World Vision Canada, Diocese of Leeds (formerly Wakefield Diocese, UK), and the Foundation for Civil Society (FCS).


Address: PO Box 410 , Tarime , Tanzania
Office / FAX: +255 (0)28 2690 153
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