Tanzania Tea Industry Stakeholders to Convene in Landmark Meeting

Dodoma, Tanzania – In an unprecedented gathering aimed at accelerating the growth and development of the tea industry in Tanzania, the Tea Board of Tanzania (TBT) is set to host the 2024 Annual Tea Industry Stakeholders’ Meeting.

Themed “Changamkia Fursa, Ongeza kasi ya Maendeleo ya Tasnia ya Chai Tanzania” (Seize the Opportunity, Accelerate the Development of Tanzania’s Tea Industry), this pivotal event is scheduled for Tuesday, March 26, 2024, starting at 4:00 AM, at the Morena Hotel in Dodoma, Tanzania.

The Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Hussein Bashe, has confirmed his participation, signaling the government’s commitment to supporting and promoting the tea sector as a key driver of economic growth and sustainability. Sponsored by CARE and UTT AMIS, among other supporters, the meeting aims to bring together farmers, producers, exporters, government officials, and other stakeholders in the tea industry to discuss challenges, opportunities, and innovative strategies for advancing the sector.

The Tea Board of Tanzania’s initiative to organize such a comprehensive meeting underscores the importance of the tea industry in the national economy and its potential for expansion and improvement. By fostering dialogue and collaboration among stakeholders, the TBT seeks to enhance productivity, quality, and competitiveness in both local and international markets.

Participants are eagerly anticipating the event, which promises to be a milestone in the collective effort to transform Tanzania’s tea industry. With the support of the Ministry of Agriculture and industry partners, the 2024 Annual Tea Industry Stakeholders’ Meeting is poised to chart a new course towards prosperity and development in Tanzania’s tea sector.

For more information, please visit the Tea Board of Tanzania’s official website at www.teaboard.go.tz or follow their social media channels.


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