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New project helps 130,000 small-scale coffee farmers in Oromia, Ethiopia

14 October 2019

Farm Africa has launched a new project to help more than 130,000 forest coffee producers in Ethiopia’s Oromia regional state improve their livelihoods by increasing the sustainable production of high-quality coffee.

Shortlist revealed for Support Global Farmers Award sponsored by Farm Africa

10 October 2019

An independent café and roastery, one of the UK’s best-known chicken restaurants and a large restaurant group were today named as finalists for the Support Global Farmers award at the Food Made Good Awards 2019, the Sustainable Restaurant Association’s (SRA) annual industry accolades for the most progressive purveyors of food and drink.

Farm Africa CEO Nicolas Mounard announces resignation

25 September 2019

Nicolas Mounard has announced that he is stepping down as chief executive at Farm Africa to take up the role of Global Director of Farmer Services for Barry Callebaut.

Tackling youth unemployment through horticulture

11 September 2019

Taking part in Farm Africa's Growing Futures project has enabled Rachel to build a successful horticulture business and create jobs for many others in her community in western Kenya. 

Farm Africa's Coffee is Life appeal raises more than £300,000

23 August 2019

Farm Africa’s Coffee is Life appeal has raised more than £300,000 for the charity’s projects across eastern Africa. Between 8 February and 8 May 2019, the UK government matched all donations from the UK public. A total of £242,000 in matched funding was unlocked from the UK government, which will directly fund a Farm Africa project that will give women in Kanungu in western Uganda the opportunity to make a decent living from coffee farming.