Kilimo Timilifu is registered in Tanzania as a non-profit company.
The Problem Agriculture accounts for 30% of the GDP and 80% of the labor force in Tanzania with a population of 53 million. 70% of the Agricultural GDP is produced by women. Over 46% of the population lives below the extreme poverty threshold of $1.90 a day. Approximately 35% of the population is lacking nutritional … Continue reading Problem & Response
Vision: By the grace of God, Kilimo Timilifu will train Tanzanians to use their vocation as Conservation Agriculturalists to impact the coastal peoples of Tanzania and beyond. Mission: To train Tanzanians in agricultural entrepreneurship and community outreach so that they are equipped to be successful, self-supporting farmers, sharing their knowledge to reduce poverty among communities … Continue reading Vision & Strategy
About -> What we believe God 1. We believe in one God, Creator of all things, holy, infinitely perfect, and eternally existing in a loving unity of three equally divine Persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Having limitless knowledge and sovereign power, God has graciously purposed from eternity to redeem a people for Himself and … Continue reading What we believe
TIM TANNER, Chief Executive Officer Tim has a degree in Computer Science, and certificates in Conservation Agriculture and Appropriate Technologies. Tim was born in and grew up in Tanzania and has worked as a volunteer in East Africa for 25+ years in various capacities. MWASSA JINIGI, Director of Operations Mwassa is a retired lawyer … Continue reading Who we are
Kilimo Timilifu is located in the Village of Mchinga, in the Lindi Region of Tanzania along the Southern coast. Mchinga village is ideally suited for our goal of empowering the south coastal regions of Tanzania with Conservation Agriculture and Appropriate Technology skills. Our location, in a rain fall area of average 600 mm per year … Continue reading Where we are