Mrs. Ashililya (CEO - MRHP) receiving Ashden award during 2006 in London
Farmers training on Conservation agriculture (CA) at Mwangala village where more than 60 farmers attended the training on principals of CA
We work with others to create awareness and educate our members on land laws (Land Act no. 4 & 5 of 1999)
Recent studies in Tanzania shows that post-harvest loss is 40% of total crops produced. MRHP through MEAP training Famers in Nyamatala Village on how to use PICS bags or MIFUKO YA KINGA NJAA reduce post-harvest losses and maintain quality of produce.
Training for women on making Energy Saving Stoves (ESS)
House construction on self-help has helped people including those who are in low income category to live in adequate housing
Eco-friendly technology: Firing bricks by use of rice husks instead of tree logs
No one is left behind by MRHP: women are part and parcel of our interventions.
Group discussion during gender analysis training for MRHP staff and members
Agricultural extension officer from MRHP training farmers on principals of conservation agriculture (CA) how to prepare holes in very minimum tillage
Students of Igokelo secondary school carefully listening to facilitator during training on STDs and HIV
Farmers listening carefully and taking notes while extension officer explained the procedures, taking care and importance of Bustani ya Jikoni to Household at Nyamihongolo – Mwanza