TaCRI to undertake its priority activities identified in the stakeholder analysis, it was proposed that the following organisational structure was formed. This consists of the following research programmes:
This programme is focusing on the development of high yielding, disease resistant coffee cultivars (Arabica and Robusta), with good bean size and cup quality.
Good Agricultural Practices:
The focus in this research programme is to identify best crop husbandry and integrated pest management practices that will meet the different requirements and constraints of Tanzanian’s diverse coffee farming systems.
Technology Transfer & Advocacy:
The programme is TaCRI’s mouthpiece, providing a crucial role in the dissemination of results to the industry in ways that are meaningful and appropriate to different stakeholders.
Special Projects Unit:
The focus of this research programme is to describe and understand the diverse farming and livelihood systems in the coffee growing areas of Tanzania, to identify and prioritize the constraints to productivity and profitability and to propose, evaluate and promote possible solutions