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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.

Larger fingerlings key to scaling up Kenya's aquaculture industry

06 July 2018

Increasing the size of fingerlings (young fish) stocked reduces fish farmers’ production cycles and input costs, which improves farmers’ productivity and profits, a new study by Farm Africa and WorldFish reveals.

New Farm Africa project to boost Ugandan and Ethiopian women's livelihoods and nutrition

03 July 2018

Farm Africa has been awarded a grant from UK Aid Direct, the Department for International Development (DFID) fund supporting civil society organisations to achieve sustained poverty reduction.

Growing farmers' incomes from the ground up

21 June 2018

Rachael used to harbour serious doubts about growing groundnuts. With support from Farm Africa, Rachael decided to shelve her doubts and start growing the crop. Since she made the change Rachael’s business has gone from strength to strength.

World's best chefs launch Chefs for Change movement

13 June 2018

On Sunday 17 June, three of the world’s best chefs, Joan Roca, Eneko Atxa and Gaggan Anand, will join forces with Nicolas Mounard, Chief Executive of Farm Africa, to launch Chefs for Change, a movement that bridges the gap between two very different worlds: high-end cuisine and international development.