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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.

One million new cashew trees for coastal Kenya

12 June 2018

With funding from the Visegrad group countries – Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland – Farm Africa is embarking on a new project with the social enterprise Ten Senses Africa (TSA) to help thousands of cashew farmers in coastal Kenya.

Staple crops farmers in Tanzania and Uganda to receive boost

11 June 2018

Farm Africa has received a grant from the UK government to extend its FoodTrade project until November 2018. The project will continue to help Ugandan and Tanzanian farmers aggregate rice, maize and beans and sell them collectively to export markets. The eight-month extension will support cooperatives of small-scale farmers in establishing long-term trading relationships with major buyers.