The field research under the AgriDiet project was completed in September 2015. The analysis is ongoing and the research findings will continue to be added to this site.

The AgriDiet site will also continue to provide updates on the latest research findings relating to agriculture and nutrition in Ethiopia and Tanzania via ELDIS

Tanzania Research


Welcome to the Tanzania page of the AgriDiet project. This section contains information on the various Tanzanian activities of the project, including the field research in the local sites. This part of the website will be updated by the PhD researchers and supervisors conducting their fieldwork in each location.

Information on each locality will be posted once the sites have been selected. Field updates, including progress reports and pictures will be made available throughout the course of the project.

  • Dar es Salaam: urban livelihood security assessment

    This profile reports on an assessment by IFPRI and CARE of a number of impoverished neighbourhoods in Dar es Salaam towards the ultimate goal of targeting assistance to the poor more efficiently. The 12 surveyed sites represented the range of settings in which poverty is typically prevalent in this city and included squatter and planned […]

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  • Urban challenges to food and nutrition security

    This research centre holds information from IFPRI’s research program Urban Challenges to Food and Nutrition Security. The programme began in 1995 and aims at providing policy makers, program administrators and development practitioners with information to make sound policy and program decisions to reduce food insecurity and malnutrition in urban areas.The program’s research focuses on: Describing […]

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  • Human resources in agricultural and rural development

    Papers on several main developments and issues that either persist or are emerging in the area of human resources for agricultural and rural development. Topics are:the struggle of some regions to shift from centralised economies to privatisation and the free market and the implications for the agricultural advisory servicesthe growing impact of HIV on African […]

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