When Tanzanian businessman Joseph Kadendula, CEO and co-founder of Central Park Bees and its retail brand Swahili Honey, decided to set up an apiary, he had no knowledge of bees. What he did have was an innate passion for entrepreneurship and was fascinated with farming; for the rest, he trained himself using Google and YouTube.
Through the great faith he has in the beekeeping business – and the plans that the government has put in place to bolster beekeeping and transform it into a viable commercial undertaking – an up-and-coming entrepreneur, Philemon Kiemi, believes that his chosen field of activity could one day make him a shilling billionaire. This belief
The Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation program is proud to announce that Hadija Jabiri, founder and managing director of EatFresh, is the recipient of the 2021 Feed the Future Growing Women’s Entrepreneurship (GroWE) Award. Jabiri is a Tanzania-based entrepreneur with ambitious plans for her company, EatFresh, a horticultural business specializing in growing, processing, packaging