Fiona Imbali OAIC continues to organise capacity building activities for communities through congregations, farmers groups as well as community based organizations to ensure that households are enlightened on best farming practices and thus lead better lives. With the growth of the East African Community market, farmers need to strategically place themselves to ensure they tap […]

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Fiona Imbali Bishop Samwel Kitula a small-scale farmer,  is passionate about farming and this is evident in his flourishing farm in Mwanza Tanzania. Good farming practices are visible for a leader keen and pro-active in leading OAICs food and nutrition security campaign in Mwanza Tanzania. “Passion fruit is my latest discovery. It has a colossal […]

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Fiona Imbali Tremendous gains, capacity and capabilities of the Tanzania Chapter were crystal clear when OAIC team visited Mwanza recently. A lot of headway has been made in Theology and Livelihoods programmes and general leadership capacity building over the years. An elated Bishop Samwel Kitula, the Chairman of Tanzania chapter could not hide his joy […]

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Fiona Imbali Forest cover has reduced tremendously in the East African region. The last two decades has seen the region  lose over 22 million hectares of forest cover with intensification of land pressure according the the  State of Africa Report 2012. Moreover, climate change is a phenomenon that Planet earth is grappling with as unprecedented […]

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By Fiona Imbali Narrow winding paths; empty roads; an undulation of hills; lone shrubs of cactus trees and other drought resistant trees sparsely distributed are the predominant features of the Semi-arid areas in the Eastern part of the country. The scorching sun notwithstanding, Makueni County is not as dry as many people new to the […]

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