Uganda is among the world’s poorest countries. Inadequate opportunities to process raw materials leads to post-harvest losses. A local processing centre is now used to turn raw matoke bananas into valuable dry products such as flour, porridge or biscuits.
Already more than 2100 Tietjen plants have been installed all over the world since 1959 – from Australia to Zimbabwe, from agricultural businesses to well-known international conglomerates. The following references and projects represent a small selection of these.