Commitments to action

Monitoring and Stakeholder Engagement With Evidence

Government of Tanzania, Ministry of Agriculture,Livestock and Fisheries

Transforming the current food systems in Tanzania requires robust coordination and monitoring mechanism to deliver to the expectations. Food systems involve diverse multi-Stakeholders that amplifies complexity.

Constituency

Member state(s)

Action Area(s)

Means of Implementation

Location

United of Republic of Tanzania

Key contact

Dr.Honest Kessy, Government of Tanzania
[email protected]

Keywords

Complex, multi stakeholder, coordination

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