Developing relationships with stakeholders is critical for identifying market opportunities and help our business thrive. We continuously engage with our stakeholders ranging from investors, international development banks, governments, non-profits to academia, to identify and address issues of materiality.
With global efforts to move towards a more sustainable future and Africa’s vision of moving towards higher-value adding activities, our business can contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through sustainable management of natural resources and by actively engaging with the communities we impact.
Issues of materiality to our company and stakeholders
Organizations we are currently members of
The Tanzania Horticultural Association (TAHA) is an apex private sector member based organization that advocates for the growth and competitiveness of the horticultural industry in Tanzania. Since its inception in 2004, TAHA has been an effective voicing platform for producers, traders, exporters and processors of the horticultural products mainly; ﬂowers, fruits, vegetables, horticultural seeds, and spices. The Association safeguards the interest of the private sector and ensures the industry issues are well mainstreamed at the national and international agenda.
Obtala, on behalf of Montara, has signed a Letter of Intent to invest $10m over 5 years to develop farming in Tanzania through the Grow Africa project. Grow Africa is a partnership founded jointly by the African Union (AU), the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) and the World Economic Forum. Our commitment is to Grow Africa, which promotes multi-stakeholder collaboration to advance private sector investment aligned to the Government of Tanzania’s agricultural development objectives and investment priorities identified by the country- led Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP).