TANMIA has designed various projects to complete the business model:

TANMIA aims to increase investment in a sustainable biomass industry balancing supply and demand

  • Bamboo Nurseries

TANMIA establishes bamboo nurseries as a basis for commercial bamboo plantations. TANMIA supplies high quality bamboo seedlings to registered farmers under the out-growers scheme.

  • Bamboo plantation

TANMIA invests in well managed large-scale bamboo plantations to provide feedstock for a sustainable biomass industry.

Bamboo has been confirmed to be an optimum choice for restoring degraded ecosystems such as forests and wetlands, producing a high yield of biomass while maintaining the integrity of the ecosystem.

  • Biomass Processing

TANMIA invests in large scale biomass processing factories to produce un-carbonized pellets and pulverized biomass fuels for industrial heating applications and household use.

  • Cookstoves

TANMIA produces efficient gasifier Cookstoves that burn pellets for institutional and household cooking.

TANMIA envisions to establish a pellet plant and Cookstoves production facility – innovative distribution model in which households do not need to pay for the Cookstoves upfront.
As part of our goal to add value to the NDC (Nationally Developed Contribution) and create a socioeconomic impact, we have designed a practical Cookstoves project that promises to transform the economic wellbeing of households in rural areas and per-urban settings.
  • We work in close collaboration with Nishant Bioenergy http://nishantbioenergy.com in processing of biomass into fuel & Pellet fueled Cookstoves and Nisa Bio-energie www.nisabioenergie.fr to implement the Cook-stoves production facility. This project will improve households’ income with measurable positives for CC mitigation and adaptation
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    Partners With

    TANMIA’s Aquapro project integrates fish rearing and horticultural crop farming in a closed-loop water recycling system referred to as Aquaponics farming. It is transformative and it introduces integrated fish and horticultural crop farming to provide food and nutritional security in response to SDG-1 (No poverty), SDG-2 (zero hunger) and SDG-3 (Good health and well-being)

    Tanmia has setup a vermicomposting program to advance towards zero waste communities through our tailored VSF and VCS schemes. The program aims to implement a vermicomposting initiative that ensures proper segregation, collection, storage, treatment and processing organic waste into high quality organic fertilizer in line with the principle of 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle)

    The program provides is designed to empower farmers, cooperation platforms, non-government organizations, local governments and municipalities either individually or jointly where the two or more stakeholders cooperate to establish production systems that are more sustainable for the people of Uganda. The program motivates and targets the youth, Women and Farmer groups.

    Tanmia provides training, inputs, capacity building, extension services and sustainable revenue through a buy-back agreement with TANMIA agriculture Solutions.

     

    Silage & Hay Project

    TANMIA produces high quality silage and hay for livestock for local market and export.

    The steviapro focuses on the management of stevia farms and monitoring the standards of produce that are anticipated from each single farmer.

    TANMIA provides all the out-growers under the programme with continuous training, extension services, capacity building, inputs provision and a buy-back agreement.

    The program focuses on the success and sustainability of its farmer groups, aimed to establish a large commercial nursery farm to grow Stevia. The program involves the supply of cuttings to program’s registered farmers. The program will diversify into other commercial crops such as Aloe Vera, Moringa.

    TANMIA proposes to expand its Stevia farming Program to the Ugandan community with the aim of improving farmer’s income. TANMIA intends to train over 100 farmers on stevia farming. The program involces provision of inouts, extension services, and necessitates income increment through a buy-back agreement with TANMIA Agriculture Solutions.

    The target communities are to a majority subsistence farmers (of whom the majority are women) and youth who depend to a high degree on agriculture. The climatic conditions in Uganda are generally conducive, where average daytime range temperatures are 24oC-33oC except in the extreme north where temperatures are above 40oC in the month of January and February.