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The coffee lady: looking success in the eye

17 July 2021

Aberash was the first woman to join her coffee cooperative in rural Ethiopia. Now, she is trained in coffee production, has improved the quality of her coffee, has links to markets and can send her children to school.

How coffee and carbon credits cut deforestation in Bale, Ethiopia

07 May 2021

Protection of the forest in Ethiopia's Bale Eco-region is more urgent than ever as high population growth and low agricultural yields are leading to deforestation to make way for an expansion of the smallholder agricultural frontier.  

Ten years of Food for Good challenges

16 March 2021

It’s the tenth anniversary of the Food for Good, a network that unites global food and farming businesses behind the power of food to change lives. To celebrate we’re taking a look at some of the network’s hardest and most rewarding challenges over the last ten years.

International Women's Day 2021: we choose to challenge

05 March 2021

Farm Africa’s female Country Directors tell us why they choose to challenge gender bias and inequality, and how the programmes they lead in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda are empowering women.

Meron Yomcwiny on why women need greater access to finance

03 November 2020

Meron Yomcwiny, Coordinator of Farm Africa’s Livestock for Livelihoods project in Karamoja, Uganda, discusses why it’s important for women within the region to have better access to finance and how Farm Africa is making it happen.