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Medina's new food shop spells the end of migration for her family

11 December 2018

With support from Farm Africa's Market Approaches to Resilience project, Medina has been able to open a shop, which has freed her family from a livelihood totally dependent on livestock accumulation.

New project helps young farmers unlock Uganda's coffee potential

04 December 2018

Farm Africa has launched a new three-year project helping young farmers and women living in Kanungu, Uganda forge successful careers in the coffee industry.

Charting a course towards a profitable inclusive Kenyan aquaculture sector

26 November 2018

A new Farm Africa policy report maps out how the Kenyan National Government can build a sustainable and inclusive aquaculture sector that provides families with an affordable source of protein.

New project launched to help Ethiopian farmers cope with climate change

12 November 2018

Farm Africa and the Netherlands-based Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) have launched a new project helping smallholder farmers living in Ethiopia’s Southern Nations Nationalities and Peoples’ Region (SNNPR) adapt to climate change. The project is funded by the European Union.

French beans from a Farm Africa project hit Aldi's shelves

07 November 2018

Green beans harvested by farmers in Kitale, Western Kenya are going on sale in Aldi stores this week as part of the retailer’s partnership with Farm Africa.