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Farm Africa welcomes the Global Goals for Sustainable Development

29 September 2015

On 25 September 2015, world leaders met at the United Nations General Assembly to commit to 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs), aiming to end extreme poverty, hunger, inequality and injustice, and fix climate change by 2030. Farm Africa is committed to making these goals a reality.

El Niño could bring severe droughts and floods to eastern Africa

24 September 2015

Farm Africa teams in Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia are starting preparations to help communities we work with respond to the potential implications of this year's El Niño effect, which may be the most severe since 1997/8.

Farm Africa turns 30

23 July 2015

In 2015, Farm Africa celebrates 30 years of fighting poverty and hunger in eastern Africa. The organisation was registered as a charity on 2 August 1985.

Youth groups make huge returns from snow peas harvest

14 July 2015

Farm Africa’s Youth Empowerment in Sustainable Agriculture (YESA) project in Kenya builds young people’s skills in developing agricultural enterprises. 87 producer youth groups based in Transzoia County in western Kenya have a reason to celebrate, as they are now reaping huge returns from their snow peas harvest.

New Farm Africa report outlines promising results to making forests pay for local communities

07 July 2015

A new report by Farm Africa shows promising results for the Participatory Forest Management (PFM) approach to forest management that emphasises joint partnerships between local forest communities and government.

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