Mechanization for Sustainable Intensification in Tanzania

Farmer Centered Research on Agroecology and Appropriate Mechanization for Sustainable Intensification in Tanzanian Congregations


  • Lead school School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences
  • Institute HAFL Institut Hugo P. Cecchini
  • Research unit International Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Funding organisation Others
  • Duration (planned) 01.01.2024 - 31.05.2024
  • Project management Prof. Dr. Gurbir Singh Bhullar
  • Head of project Prof. Dr. Gurbir Singh Bhullar
  • Project staff Prof. Dr. Gurbir Singh Bhullar
  • Keywords Sustainable production systems;Climate change mitigation and adaptation;Capacity building;Innovation and co-creation of knowledge


This pilot project aims at: - Gaining an overview on the existing research at the intersection of agroecology and mechanization. - Establishing a base-line identifying the specific needs of large farms of participants in the SAPC program - Assessing the viability of instituting mechanization hire Services as potential for increasing profitability of Investments in farm machinery

This project contributes to the following SDGs

  • 2: Zero hunger
  • 3: Good health and well-being
  • 8: Decent work and economic growth
  • 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure
  • 15: Life on land
  • 17: Partnerships for the goals