Tanzania to Launch AGRF Africa Food Systems Summit 2023, Showcasing Youth Initiative in Agri-business

DAR ES SALAAM, March 17, 2023 – President Samia Suluhu will officially launch the prestigious Africa Food Systems Summit 2023 at the State House in Dar es Salaam. The event will bring together experts, policymakers, investors, and stakeholders from across the continent and beyond to address pressing food security challenges and promote sustainable agriculture.

A key highlight of the summit will be Tanzania’s showcase of its innovative Building a Better Tomorrow Youth Initiative in Agri-business (BBT-YIA) program. This ambitious initiative aims to empower millions of young people to participate in the agri-business sector, providing them with the skills, resources, and opportunities needed to succeed in today’s competitive global market.

The BBT-YIA program is a testament to Tanzania’s commitment to creating a sustainable and inclusive agricultural sector. By investing in the education, training, and entrepreneurial development of its youth, Tanzania is securing a brighter future for its citizens and setting an example for other African nations to follow.

Under the leadership of President Samia Suluhu, Tanzania has made significant strides in promoting food security, sustainable agriculture, and regional integration. The Africa Food Systems Summit 2023 will serve as a platform for the country to share its best practices, forge new partnerships, and establish itself as a leader in the agricultural sector on the African continent and beyond.

With the hashtag #AGRF2023TZ🇹🇿 and #AGRF2023 gaining traction on social media, the summit is expected to generate substantial interest and discussion among agricultural experts, policymakers, and the general public. The event will undoubtedly set the stage for further collaboration and innovation in the agricultural sector, paving the way for a more sustainable and prosperous future for Tanzania and the entire African continent.