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Meeting formidable female farming cooperatives in Uganda

09 January 2020

Sarah Louise Fairburn and other food industry leaders braved our Thousand Trees Challenge in October. She tells us about her experience working with formidable female cooperatives in Uganda.

Small seeds go a long way in northern Uganda

03 December 2019

In Lira, northern Uganda, too many farmers are struggling to afford basic necessities like food, healthcare and even a safe home for their children. But change is around the corner, and it can start with a small seed.

Could youth be the missing link to Kenyan food security?

21 November 2019

Action to empower Kenya’s young people to gain access to the land and finance they need to engage in agriculture is key to underpinning food security, a major component of the government’s Big 4 Agenda.

How African farmers are taking climate action

20 September 2019

African farmers are on the frontlines of climate change, but with the appropriate support, they could emerge as climate change heroes.

How lasting will Ethiopia's Green Legacy be?

09 August 2019

Ethiopia came together to plant about 350 million trees in 12 hours. The campaign showed climate leadership from the government of Ethiopia. The country deserves huge recognition for the step. Now, Ethiopia needs support from those more responsible for causing the climate crisis to ensure it is a lasting legacy.