Each farmer is typically involved in one or more of these economic activities (ISIC):
The functions of government (COFOG) that are specifically relevant for farmers and farm workers are (COFOG):
- #cofog0421TZ - Agriculture (CS)
- #cofog0422TZ - Forestry (CS)
- #cofog0423TZ - Fishing and hunting (CS)
- #cofog0540TZ - Protection of biodiversity and landscape (CS)
- #cofog0471TZ - Distributive trades, storage and warehousing (CS)
A farmer typically relies on suppliers from several of these economic activities (ISIC):
A farmer typically sells his or her produce to customers in these economic activities (ISIC):
What training and work-support resources are available for the farmers of Tanzania?
Reference in Actor Atlas
Actor Atlas: Farmer
In accordance with the definition of business actor and business role in Archimate (Chapt. 4) an actor is defined as an entity capable of (actively) performing behavior, and a role is defined as a named specific behavior of an actor participating in a particular context (typically a collaboration (ref. Archimate's business collaboration) or interaction; ref. Interaction Dictionary.)
In a societal architecture an actor is of level pico, micro, meso or macro.
Actors at the levels micro, meso and macro are socially created as legal person with varying claims on resources and duties. (Societal) Architecture Principles would typically capture the variation of these claims in relationship to the kind of assets.