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Dr Diana Onyango to give evidence at International Development Committee's session on SDG 2: zero hunger

08 March 2024

Farm Africa’s Head of Technical Team, Dr Diana Onyango, will give evidence at the International Development Committee’s session on the UK government's work on achieving Sustainable Development Goal 2, Zero Hunger, on Tuesday 12 March.

The female farmers ploughing their way to success in Tanzania

07 March 2024

This International Women’s Day we celebrate Jenifa and Ayazi, two female entrepreneurs from Tanzania who are breaking through gender stereotypes and ploughing the way to a better future for themselves and their communities with support from Farm Africa, Farm to Market Alliance and the World Food Programme.

Chamwino female farmers mean business

08 February 2024

The Juhudi women’s group from the Chamwino district of Tanzania is a force to be reckoned with. The 72 female farmers who make up the group now know that strength lies in numbers. By working together, they are on their way to building a thriving business collectively growing and selling fruit and vegetables that are in high demand.

Farm Africa and NFU parliamentary reception highlights climate challenges facing small-scale farmers

17 January 2024

Farm Africa and the National Farmers’ Union (NFU) held a parliamentary reception on 16 January highlighting the need to support smallholder farmers worldwide in tackling the climate crisis. Speakers included Saqib Bhatti MP; Mark Spencer MP, Minister for Food, Farming and Fisheries; Minette Batters, President of the National Farmers Union; Sarah Champion MP, Chair of the International Development Committee; and Dr Diana Onyango, Head of Technical Team at Farm Africa.

Sowing seeds for the future in Dodoma, Tanzania

29 November 2023

Like most parents, Alex and Grace embrace every opportunity to improve their family's quality of life, but being small-scale farmers in Dodoma, Tanzania, those opportunities aren't easy to come by. Alex says taking part in Farm Africa's Climate Smart Agriculture project, funded by the World Food Programme, has been life-changing.

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