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Shambani Graduate Enterprise
5 March 2013


The Shambani Graduate Enterprise received the FANRPAN Youth in Agriculture Award for 2012. The enterprise is a milk processing enterprise co-owned by three Sokoine University graduates. Established in 2003, the enterprise's graduates started with one milk supplier, initially processing 30 litres of milk per day. Today the plant receives milk from over 200 Maasai cattle keepers in Morogoro Rural District; and has a processing capacity of 750 litres of milk per day and markets the milk in Morogoro Municipality and Dar es Salaam City. The company creates employment, promotes milk consumption and pioneers for graduates to create wealth and jobs through agricultural based entrepreneurship. It also produces up to three different products - pasteurised cultured milk, pasteurised fresh milk and pasteurised flavoured milk. It supplies processed milk and other dairy products to retail outlets within the municipality as well as to Dar es Salaam, which is 120 miles away.

Shambani Graduate Enterprise



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