Tanzania: Integration of horticulture supply/value chains into tourism - SECO component



    This project is part of the Horticulture and Tourism Components of the Government’s Trade Sector Development Programme (TSDP). Jointly implemented by ILO, ITC, UNCTAD, UNIDO and the Government of Tanzania, it works closely with Tanzania’s EIF Implementation Modality that promotes national ownership of Aid for Trade. 

    Under the umbrella of promoting Responsible Tourism (RT) in Tanzania, the Project aims at: 

     Enhancing productive capacity of Tanzanian producers and processors and also the supply of high value added agro products. 

     Facilitating lasting linkages between suppliers and hotels with the scope to include international exports. 

     Increasing the quantity and quality of local tourism trainers that can adequately respond to the demands of the industry. 

     Enhancing financial security of the national tourism training colleges 

     Strengthening public private dialogue mechanisms to regularly respond to issues pertaining to Responsible Tourism in Tanzania, particularly enabling Tanzania to benefit more from the indirect export potential of the tourism industry. 


    Objectifs de développement durable

    This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals, as defined by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.