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Farm Africa is a different kind of charity, working to end hunger and bring prosperity to rural eastern Africa. Our sustainable, community-led projects help Africa’s farmers feed Africa’s people – for the long-term.

We can reach more farmers by being experts in our field, pushing boundaries, working flexibly and sharing knowledge, and we're looking for talented staff to help us achieve this. 

Our values are very important to us as an employer and they are also very important to our employees. All prospective employees should take some time to carefully consider our values and how they fit with your own personal values before attending an interview with Farm Africa.

Farm Africa’s London office recruits staff for posts in Britain and senior posts in Africa. Full job details will be posted here, the BOND network and CharityJOB.

Posts in our country offices are recruited in-country and advertised in national papers as well as ReliefWeb.

We cannot respond to unsolicited requests and applications for employment or volunteer opportunities.

Current vacancies

Thank you for your interest in working for Farm Africa. We currently have no positions vacant, please check this page regularly for details of available roles.


Corporate Partnerships Volunteer

Duration: Minimum of 2 days (preferably 3 days) per week, for 3 months

Location: London, Bastion House, 140 London Wall, London EC2Y 5DN

Farm Africa’s mission is to reduce poverty permanently by unleashing African farmers’ abilities to grow their incomes and manage their natural resources sustainably.

We are looking for a highly motivated, bright and organised volunteer to help deliver a variety of projects that will support our work in engaging the private sector and reduce poverty for smallholder farmers in eastern Africa.

We are looking for someone with entrepreneurial instincts and fantastic research skills who is willing to work on a wide range of tasks both individually and as part of a hardworking, close knit (and fun) team.

Activities will include:

  • New Partnerships Research - Research selected companies and identify those with a good ‘fit’ for Farm Africa’s work using our research templates. Identify relevant opportunities for Charity of the Year applications and any other potential new partnership opportunities.
  • Online Presence – help improve Farm Africa’s online presence and write up recommendations on how to improve sections of our website, social media channels and blogs to engage corporate supporters and identifying opportunities to improve online engagement with the private sector
  • Food for Good Campaign Support – Supporting Farm Africa’s flagship Food for Good Campaign to engage with the food and hospitality industry, and assist with organising key events 
  • Event Support - create a calendar which identifies all events and opportunities for Farm Africa to engage existing and potential partners. Also support on any Farm Africa events and those undertaken by our corporate partners e.g. marathons, challenge events etc
  • Partnership Support - Support on partnership tasks including organising meetings, work with our Customer Relationship Management system (Raisers Edge) to manage prospective partners and generally ensure we are running a tight ship!

This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience working for an International Development NGO, while learning how engaging the private sector can help reduce poverty for smallholder farmers in Africa.

Personal Development Benefits

  • An understanding of NGOs and private sector collaboration in International Development
  • Enhanced knowledge of securing and developing new partnerships with the private sector, as well as exposure to the workings of campaigns, communications and events
  • Improved research and development skills
  • Experience of working in a dynamic office environment

Farm Africa will cover reasonable travel and lunch expenses.

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, more information can be found in the volunteer description. If you would like to express an interest in this volunatry placement, lease email a copy of your CV and a supporting statement of no more than one A4 side detailing why you are suitable FAO Nick Milne- by Wednesday 11th May 2016


Location: UK wide

We’re looking for new speakers throughout the UK. You don’t need any previous public speaking experience, just a passion for Farm Africa and our work.

More information about being a speaker can be found here

We offer a full day's training and ongoing support for all of our speakers.