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Boosting incomes through ecosystem conservation

06 June 2022

A total of 2.8 million Birr (UK £44,700) has been earnt by Participatory Forest Management Cooperatives and Participatory Rangeland Management Cooperatives supported by the Bale Eco-Region (BER) Phase II project in Ethiopia since 2019.

Building back school girls' confidence with sanitary towels

27 May 2022

Thanks to funding from the Waitrose & Partners Foundation, teenage girls from low-income backgrounds in Kenya now have access to sanitary towels since Farm Africa distributed ten boxes to their school.

Ukraine war and drought cause food shortages in East Africa

13 April 2022

Severe drought is plaguing farming communities in eastern Africa where acute water shortages, reduced food availability and livestock deaths have led to a hunger crisis. In addition to the already dangerous threats of the COVID-19 pandemic and conflict in northern Ethiopia compounding the crisis, the region is now feeling the impact of war in Ukraine.

Regional Commissioner launches tree planting initiative

10 March 2022

Dodoma Regional Commissioner Hon Anthony John Mtaka joined Farm Africa in launching a tree planting campaign as part of our work in partnership with the World Food Programme to help smallholder farmers adopt climate-smart agricultural practices.

Safe water returns to Benatsemay and Hammer districts

09 March 2022

Farm Africa has rehabilitated a number of water facilities in South Omo, Ethiopia as part of the Livestock for Livelihoods project, following the collapse of the local water system, which left hundreds of residents without water for three months.