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Five go running for Farm Africa

24 February 2017

In deepest, darkest February spare a thought for five ‘jogging farmers’ who have decided to take on the challenge of the Virgin Money London Marathon for the first time in support of Farm Africa and are out there braving all weathers.

Saving for success

10 February 2017

Forming a Village Saving and Loan Association (VSLA) has brought unexpected benefits for the men and women of Tofik village in the Somali Region of Ethiopia. It has bought them closer together and shown them a new way of supporting each other.

30 marathons to celebrate 30 years of supporting Farm Africa

07 February 2017

Sixty-three-year-old Sussex sheep farmer Tim Jury began running marathons for Farm Africa back in 2003 and hasn’t looked back since. Among the 30 marathons he plans this year, for the London Marathon, he is making things even harder for himself by running dressed as a goat, last year it was a chicken!

 

Bringing maize back to farms in Bale

03 February 2017

For the first time in four years Mr Aliyie from Ethiopia’s Bale Eco-region has brought in a bumper harvest: a fantastic 2,500 kg of maize. 

Nairobi restaurant scene out in full raising funds for Farm Africa

27 January 2017

Ashley Palmer-Watts, Luca Pintus, Dennis Mwakulua kick off Nairobi Restaurant Week.