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How vegetable farming is creating brighter futures for rural youth

09 September 2021

Emily Jepkosgei, a young horticulture farmer from Elgeyo Marakwet in Kenya, has taken part in Farm Africa’s Growing Futures project. Emily is now planning to expand her farming business, enrol in college and build her own house.

Fuelling smallholder farmers' resilience through Regenerative Agriculture

07 September 2021

Moses Mbogo, like many smallholder farmers in Embu county, dealt with low yields until he underwent agricultural training with Farm Africa's regenerative agriculture project. He can now hardly reach the top of his maize stalks.

UNFSS Independent Dialogue on Food Loss and Waste in Kenya

27 August 2021

In July 2021, Farm Africa independently convened a UN Food Systems Summit dialogue exploring the theme of gaps, opportunities and barriers in food loss and wastage in Kenya’s food systems.

Horticulture project grows futures for young Kenyan farmers

20 August 2021

UK aid from the UK government has enabled young farmers in Kenya to build sustainable livelihoods in the horticulture sector through Farm Africa’s Growing Futures project, which helps young people to set up profitable farming enterprises growing and selling vegetables that are in high demand.

Coffee helps connect the world

02 August 2021

Joining a coffee cooperative supported by Farm Africa in rural Ethiopia has allowed father and coffee-grower, Tesema, to learn about coffee production, increase his yield and earn a higher income for his family.