Amsha Institute
Increase smallholder farmers contribution to Tanzanian economic growth
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About Us

Our Focus

Is on Sustainable Rural Development

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Promoting Agricultural Entrepreneurship | Conducting Research, Lobbying and Advocacy | Promoting Youths and Women participate in Agribusiness

Our Objectives

Who We Are

AMSHA Institute

Not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, registered in 2012, and issued a certificate of incorporation number 90868 by BRELA in Tanzania. AMSHA aims at promoting equitable economic and employment growth opportunities through profitable, competitive, and sustainable agricultural practices to rural smallholder farmers in Tanzania.

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We are promoting Rural Entrepreneurship
Farmers Reached
Farmers Reached
Formalized Groups
Formalized Groups
Value Chain Served
Value Chain Served

Our Work

  • Enjoying growing Strategic Partnerships
    Enjoying growing Strategic Partnerships

    AMSHA is affiliated with ANSAF, ACT and TPSF; And partnered with Agri-profocus Tanzania, Mamboleo Farm Limited, Agha Khan Foundation, Kilimo Trust, MCC, Tomoni Farms Limited, AGRA, GIZ, MEDA and MKURABITA.

  • Provision of Agri-Business Development Services
    Provision of Agri-Business Development Services

    Provided Agri-Business Development Services (BDS) to over 14,000 smallholders farmers (including 6300 youth) ,and three SMEs—Tomoni Farms Limited, Mamboleo Farms Limited and Temnar company Limited.

  • Participating on the Value Chains Development
    Participating on the Value Chains Development

    AMSHA partnered with other organization such as Kilimo Trust (GIZ/AGRA) , Aga Khan Foundations, MEDA Tanzania to name a few, in developing smallholder busines value chains, particularly in Pineapple value chain (From 2017 to 2019, In Kibiti DC), Rice value chain (From 2015 to date, In Rufiji DC and Lindi rural DC), Sesame value chain (From 2010 to 2015, in Kilwa DC), and Sunflower value chain (From 2018 to 2020, in Kilwa

The key thematic areas (Gender focused) of AMSHA are as follows below: -

Key Thematic Areas


Promoting agricultural entrepreneurship


Conducting research, lobbying, and advocacy


Promoting sustainable development practices.


Partnering with key stakeholders in agribusiness development.


Youth and Women Inclusion in Agribusiness.


Promoting access to agri-finance through linkage to financial facilities, projects, and programs.

We have collaborated with these Organizations

Our Partners

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Amsha News

31st May, 2021

Launching of the second AMSHA Strategic plan 2020-2025

We are excited to announce the launch of our new strategic plan, execution of the second A

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10th March, 2018

Strengthening SHF Business value chain in Rufiji and Kibiti Districts

From Oct – Dec, 2017 , AMSHA team focused on the following activities ; Conducting Trai

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1st February, 2018

Strengthening SHF business value chain in Rufiji and Kibiti Districts

AMSHA Institute of Rural Entrepreneurship and her partners have initiated the strengthenin

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