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Training unlocks smallholders' access to regional markets

23 March 2017

The improved storage and aggregation of staple crops were on the agenda at recent training sessions organised by Farm Africa for 40 agricultural extension and 38 warehouse workers in Uganda.  Effective post-harvest handling of crops is vital in cutting losses and maximising the volume of crops that smallholder farmers are able to sell.

Time is precious

22 March 2017

A new water pond constructed with the help of Farm Africa has started to transform lives in Bale, Ethiopia.

Women create a greener, more prosperous future in Tigray, Ethiopia

08 March 2017

To mark International Women’s Day Farm Africa explores how strengthening women’s involvement in agriculture can drive gender equality, whilst strengthening vulnerable communities’ food security and improving the local environment.

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.