The agriculture sector accounts for nearly half of Tanzania’s GDP. Most farmers do the labor by hand with small ploughs or harrows. Lupande Nila has taken advantage of the gap in the market and built himself a small smithy. In Senani, in the north of the country, he repairs, replaces and services equipment used by small-scale farmers. He earns enough to employ a few assistants.
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