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New project launched to help Ethiopian farmers cope with climate change

12 November 2018

Farm Africa and the Netherlands-based Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) have launched a new project helping smallholder farmers living in Ethiopia’s Southern Nations Nationalities and Peoples’ Region (SNNPR) adapt to climate change. The project is funded by the European Union.

French beans from a Farm Africa project hit Aldi's shelves

07 November 2018

Green beans harvested by farmers in Kitale, Western Kenya are going on sale in Aldi stores this week as part of the retailer’s partnership with Farm Africa.

Devenish supports Farm Africa with major donation

15 October 2018

International agri technology firm Devenish has donated £79,893 / €89,767 to Farm Africa to help farmers grow themselves out of poverty.

Michelin-starred chefs support Farm Africa's Gala Dinner

20 September 2018

Farm Africa is thrilled to announce that celebrated chefs Claude Bosi, Paul Hood and Ashley Palmer-Watts will design and prepare the menu at the charity’s biennial Gala Dinner on 27 September.

Ugandan and Tanzanian cooperatives wage war on waste and poverty

07 July 2018

Today marks the International Day of Cooperatives. Farm Africa’s FoodTrade project, funded by UK aid from the UK government, encapsulates the importance of this year’s theme, “sustainable consumption and production”. The project showcases how cooperatives can help their members farm and sell smarter in order to boost their profits and protect the environment.