Tana flora which is one of amongst the four company owned by Gafat Endowment began its operations in 2008 G.C. The farm was started with one major goal, to grow and export the highest quality fresh cut roses to customers around the world. The Tana flora motto which says, “Quality, Consistency and Trust worthy to the world and responsible to the local community is indeed true and factual as the farm in the last ten years has established itself as one of the flower exporters from Ethiopia.

Tana Flora sit on 124 hectares of land of which 40 hectares where it successfully grow 14 commercial rose varieties namely;-Upper class, Furiosa, Burgundy, Grand Europe, Lovely Jewel,  Ace Pink, Orchstra, Elisa, Moon Walk,  Belle Rose,  La Belle, Athena, Bisou, Aranico.

The company is generating foreign currency by exporting different types of flower products to the foreign market especially to Europe and the Middle East market destination. In the forthcoming, the company has the aim of increasing foreign exchange earnings by exporting noble products both in quantity and quality through existing and new investments in diversified markets destinations. The company is also expanding the floriculture industry in the region by inspiring other investors to invest in the flower production sector in the region. 

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To Run a competitive business that primarily revolves on horticulture industry there by create employment opportunity and transfer & generate technology to the region in a way that all of its activities are accomplished with full environmental safety and social responsibility.


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Social Responsibility

Tana Flora motivates its staff and empowers the community living around the farm. The farm has employed 850 permanent workers. In its endeavor of building a good working culture, Tana Flora provides free medical services to all of its staff members.

A young spirit in the avocado industry

Tana Flora started farming roses in the Amhara region in 2008 G.C. before making the “switch” to avocado—a decision that helped the farm become the region’s largest avocado grower. The farm (Tana Flora) planted over 13 thousand avocado plants on 34.5 hectares of land, with plans for further expansion, which is expected to gain over 300 tons per year.

Now the planted avocados have started production, and produced 100 tons in 2022 and 150 tons in 2023.

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