- Projects -
Tag International Development shares valuable expertise in collaboration with excellent partners in developing countries to deliver innovative and sustainable impact.
Presently, Tag’s main countries of operation are Myanmar (Burma) and Kenya:
In Myanmar, Tag runs Plan Bee, a large beekeeping project, which has trained hundreds of new and existing beekeepers, opened a beekeeping centre, establish a honey business development centre and has introduced a range of innovating methods and equipment. Click here for more information.
Together with its partner SARA (Sustainable Action for Rural Advancement) Tag is also beginning a project to improve the sesame sector in Myanmar, focused on three townships in Magway District. It is a two-year project funded by USAID. Click here for more information.
With the support of IDRC, an agency of the government of Canada, we are launching a project in Shan State to enhance employability skills for youth ages 18-25 studying in rural-based agricultural education institutions. We will be providing training and mentoring, and facilitating direct linkages with employers. Click here for more information.
In Kenya, Tag runs Water Works for Girls, a multifaceted project incorporating: 1) Rainwater harvesting to enable clean water for drinking, cooking, hygiene and sanitation, 2) Girls’ empowerment activities and combating gender-based violence, and 3) Agriculture innovation in schools and with families to support greater local prosperity. Click here for more information.