More than 31 million Ethiopians don’t have enough nutritious food to eat.More about Ethiopia >
- 600% increase in value of wild coffee harvest in Bale, Ethiopia
- 30,000 people in Babati, Tanzania will benefit from doubled crop yields
- 100% increase in children going to school in Habro Woreda, Ethiopia
- 249% increase in sorghum crop harvests in Kitui County, Kenya
- 770 000 hectares of forest in Ethiopia is now protected
Where we work
Farm Africa has 200 staff operating across the east African countries of Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.
We work with different types of farmers in a range of regions, from dry rangelands to lush, diverse forests. Their situations may vary, but these small-scale farmers face increasing economic and environmental challenges.
Smallholder subsistence farming accounts for 75% of Kenya’s agricultural production.More about Kenya >
After years of war, people in the world’s newest country are starting to farm the land again.More about South Sudan >
Agriculture is the backbone of Tanzania’s economy, employing eight in ten people.More about Tanzania >
80% of the population live in rural areas, where poverty is widespread among farmers.More about Uganda >