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The parallels between British and Kenyan farming

15 May 2019

The produce, geography and contexts differ, but there are parallels in the challenges farmers in Africa and the UK encounter, as well as similarities in the solutions Farm Africa and the British National Farmers Union deliver. The NFU’s Adam Bedford explores.

Coffee is life

04 April 2019

What does coffee mean to you? For some, it’s a daily boost, for others it’s a cheeky excuse to see loved ones. For the people that grow coffee, it means the world.

Growing Futures - A Lesson in Sustainability

15 February 2019

Ruth Wells reflects on her recent visit to see Farm Africa's work in western Kenya, and how she found the projects to be environmentally, economically and socially sustainable.  

The sprouting of a new food movement

19 June 2018

The new Chefs for Change movement unites the world’s best chefs with the world’s most remote communities in transforming lives through sustainable farming.

Potato power: how a switch from white to orange is tackling hidden hunger

14 May 2018

Despite their enormous contribution to combating hunger globally, smallholders are disproportionately vulnerable to malnutrition. New crop varieties are helping smallholders fight back against micronutrient deficiency.