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Farm Africa and SOS Sahel Ethiopia deliver forage support to drought-affected livestock in Oromia Region, Ethiopia

21 February 2022

Farm Africa and SOS Sahel Ethiopia, with funding secured from the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Ethiopia, have delivered emergency animal feed assistance to save livestock affected by drought in the Borena zone in the Oromia National Regional State of Ethiopia.

Enhancing horticultural production in Dodoma, Tanzania

16 February 2022

Tanzanian horticulture farmer, Gerald, has boosted his yields and income thanks to Farm Africa's Boosting sorghum production in a changing climate project. Funded by Irish Aid through the World Food Programme, the project supports farmers in Dodoma, Tanzania with technical knowledge, helping them to diversify their crop production and gain access to profitable markets.

Boosting nutrition and livelihoods through livestock

09 February 2022

New findings from Farm Africa reveal that women’s economic empowerment and higher household socio-economic status led to improved diets amongst pastoralist women and children in Karamoja, Uganda and South Omo, Ethiopia.

Severe drought threatens food security in eastern Africa

03 February 2022

An ongoing drought is worsening the severity of acute food insecurity among pastoral and farming populations in eastern Africa who rely on rainfall to feed livestock, grow crops and make a living from agriculture.

Reviving the cashew nut industry on the Kenyan Coast with Ten Senses Africa

01 February 2022

A video from Ten Senses Africa showcases the highlights from our cashew nut and sesame production and marketing project in coastal Kenya. During the project we worked together to provide farmers with seedlings and training programmes to build their capacity and help them establish and develop profitable cashew businesses.