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Tanzania Agricultural Development Bank (TADB) is a state-owned development finance institution with the mandate to provide short, medium, and long-term affordable credit facilities for achieving inclusive socio-economic development in Tanzania. The Bank has been established in response to the national goals enshrined in Vision 2025 to achieve food self-sufficiency and food security, economic development, and poverty reduction.
Established in 2015 under the Companies Act, of 2002, and licensed under the provisions of the Banking and Financial Institution Act No 5 of 2006 and the Banking and Financial Institutions (Development Finance) Regulations.
TADB has adopted the Integrated Value Chain Financing Model (IVCF) to enhances various interventions focused on developing unique solutions to different nodes of a particular value chain. This ensures lending with transformation impact. The IVCF model is used alongside blended financial instruments to deliver interventions that create sustainable socioeconomic impact.
Agency Fund Management
The Smallholder Farmers Credit Guarantee Scheme (SCGS) designated to catalyse financial sector lending to the Agriculture sector especially to smallholder farmers in the rural areas by providing guarantees to Partner Financial Institutions.
Climate Action Focus
In cognizance of the adverse impacts of climate change on the agriculture sector, TADB is committed to ensure it plays a catalytic and leading role in climate financing for agricultural interventions to adapt/respond to challenges of climate change
Green Bank: TADB ESS Framework
A comprehensive Environmental and Social Management System (ESMS) guiding the Bank to effectively manage environmental and social risks and impacts resulting from agricultural activities and projects financed by TADB.
Climate-Smart Agriculture in Tanzania
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