SNAPP: Finding smart planning solutions in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania: What does sustainable intensification look like?

Principal Investigators:

Felix Kamau, David Cleary, and Lucy Magembe

Current proposals to create development corridors in developing countries pose both risks and opportunities to smallholder farming and agricultural sustainability. These proposals have political support but have suffered from a lack of science and scenario analysis. The Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania SAGCOT corridors is one such place that could significantly alter the economics of all scales of farming and conservation in a large part of Tanzania, changing patterns of market access and land-use. There are risks: large-scale monoculture... more

Participants and Meetings

ActivityDatesFurther Information
Working Group15th—17th September 2014Participant List  
Working Group12th—15th May 2015Participant List  
Working Group25th—27th January 2016Participant List  
Working Group23rd—25th August 2016Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

John Bangaj.nakei@sagcot.comSouthern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania
Tim BodinTimBodin@comcast.netCargill
Deborah Bossiodeborah.bossio@TNC.ORGInternational Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
Matthew Brownmbrown@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Louise Buckleb3@cornell.eduCornell University
Anthony Chapotoa.chapoto@cgiar.orgConsultative Group on International Agriculture Research (CGIAR)
David Clearydcleary@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Tim Davenporttdavenport@wcs.orgWildlife Conservation Society
Evan H. Girvetzegirvetz@cgiar.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Bell'Aube Huinatobhouinato@wwftz.orgWorld Wildlife Fund
Jane Carter Ingramjane.ingram@ey.comWildlife Conservation Society
Reuben University of Agriculture
Felix Kamaufkamau@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Japeth Kashaigilijkashaigili@gmail.comSokoine University of Agriculture
Christopher Lambeclambe@ldeo.columbia.eduMosaic Company
Emma of Dar es Salaam, Institute of Resource Assessment
Mary MgonjaMMgonja@agra.orgAlliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)
Audax Rukongedirector@ansaf.or.tzAgricultural Non-state Actors Forum (ANSAF)
Sara Scherrsscherr@ecoagriculture.orgEcoagriculture Partners
Dan of Queensland
Abdalla Shahabdalla.shah@iucn.orgInternational Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources
Rita Singhrita.sign@monsanto.comMonsanto Company
Erasmus TarimoAudrey.tarimo@gmail.comTanzania Wildlife Research Institute
Abigail Hartahart@ecogriculture.orgCornell University
Damaris KilakaDamaris.kilaka@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Lucy Magembelmagembe@TNC.ORGThe Nature Conservancy
Joseph Maina Mbuijmaina@wcs.orgWildlife Conservation Society Kenya
Willie Mwaruvunda
Amani Ngusaruangusaru@wwf.panda.orgWorld Wildlife Fund
Ravic Nijbroekr.nijbroek@cgiar.orgInternational Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
Michael Nkonumichael.nkonu@iucn.orgInternational Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Christine Tamctam@wwfafrica.orgWorld Wildlife Fund
Tracy Bakertracy.baker@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Gloria Chechegcheche@wwftz.orgWorld Wildlife Fund
Paul International
Maria Ijumbam.ijumba@sagcot.comSouthern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania
Geoffrey KirengaGeoffrey.Kirenga@sagcot.comSouthern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania
Idris A. Basin Water Board
Patrick Mutuopmutuo@conservation.orgConservation International
Janet Sandersjanet@silverlandstanzania.comSilverlands Tanzania Ltd
Onesmo Sigallaonesigalla@yahoo.com2030 Water Resources Group
Anne M. Trainoranne.trainor@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy Africa
Justin Adamsjadams@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Michael Doanemichael.doane@TNC.ORGThe Nature Conservancy
Craig Grovescraig_groves@tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Sarah LynchSarah.lynch@wwfus.orgWorld Wildlife Fund

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProduct of NCEAS Research
Report or White Paper Kamau, Felix; Nijbroek, Ravic; Girvetz, Evan H.; Maina Mbui, Joseph; Ingram, Jane Carter. 2016. Encouraging green agricultural development in the SAGCOT region of Tanzania. (Abstract)
"SNAPP: Finding smart planning solutions in the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania: What does sustainable intensification look like?" is project ID: 12692