In 2017, the Aga Khan Foundation’s (AKF) farm livelihoods and natural resources management interventions benefitted over one million people worldwide. In Tanzania, an AKF staff member met with one of those farmers to learn how he is working with local smallholder farmers to create an agricultural model where everyone benefits.
Watch this short video,Tomas’s Story: How a peanut can save a life, where we meet Ruquia and her son Tomas from the village of Pitolha – and learn how Ruquia credits the nutrition group for saving Tomas’s life.
Mtanya Matuja: The partnership between AFD and the AKDN
In this interview for the AKDN website, Mtanya Matuja, Programme Officer with AFD in Tanzania, explains why the AFD partners with AKDN and why they saw this hospital as such an important project for AFD to support.