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Effective agriculture has the power to change lives. It underpins prosperity, food security and stability the world over. Farm Africa focuses on transforming agriculture and managing natural resources sustainably. We champion a holistic approach that boosts yields, protects the environment and connects smallholder farmers to thriving markets.

We work with different types of farmers in a range of regions. Their local situations vary, but the problems they face are all too familiar: lack of training and technology, inadequate inputs, no finance, vulnerability to climate change and poor links to markets.

We have an ambitious strategy to expand our work over the next five years. We’ll increase our impact. Lift more communities out of poverty. Work with more corporate partners who share our vision. Open up more agricultural markets. Provide more expertise.

We’ll make change happen.

Current vacancies

Database Manager

Full time

Location: London

Salary:  c£35,000

Farm Africa is an international organisation, working to build a prosperous rural Africa; helping Farmers to increase their harvests, build their incomes and sustain their natural resources. We partner with government and the private sector to find effective ways to fight poverty.

We are looking for a Database Manager who will be responsible for the management and maintenance of Farm Africa’s database, putting data at the heart of fundraising, and providing other teams with database support.

The role provides support to all data and database users, ensuring compliance and developing the use of data in line with organisational needs.

If you are interested in this role more information can be found in the job description. To apply, please send a CV and a one-page supporting statement detailing how you meet the person specification to by 9:00 am on Monday 5 February 2018.

If you have any questions regarding this role, please submit them in writing to

*Note: Farm Africa will not accept third party applications and recruitment consultants are respectfully asked not to get in touch with regards to this role.