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Food for Good brochure

Food for Good brochure 2021 

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Snapshot of women's engagement in Farm Africa projects in Kenya

To mark International Women’s Day on 8 March, Farm Africa has published a snapshot summarising women’s participation in our projects in Kenya. In 2020, more than half of the people Farm Africa supported in Kenya are women. A total of 52% of the 15,520 people reached in Kenya last year were female.

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Rural Ethiopian women diversify livelihoods and boost entire communitiesí climate resilience

This Climate & Development Knowledge Network booklet explores how Farm Africa's Market Approaches to Resilience (MAR) project extended credit and savings facilities to communities in remote rural areas of Ethiopia, providing them with the means to diversify their assets and livelihoods. This helped to buffer them from climate-related stresses and shocks.

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Gender and the Coffee Value Chain in Kanungu, Uganda

Farm Africa conducted a gender analysis study to better understand the role of women in the coffee supply chain in Kanungu district. The study maps women and men’s work and quantified the economic value of women’s work at each stage of the coffee value chain.

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North East Chilli Producers Association (NECPA) brochure

North East Chilli Producers Association (NECPA) promotes the production of high value crops such as chilli and other non-traditional agricultural export crops in northern and eastern Uganda. Their network of trained farmers produce quality African bird’s eye (ABE) chilli that meet international market standards.

 

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The Agriculture Extension Strategy for North East Chilli Producers Association (NECPA)

Farm Africa and the North East Chilli Producers Association (NECPA) are implementing a three-year programme, running from August 2018 to September 2021. The project will create a more competitive and profitable chilli value chain in Lira, northern Uganda, to capitalise on growing international demand for varieties of Ugandan African bird’s eye (ABE) dried chillies.This booklet explains the project's Agriculture Extension Strategy. 

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The Seed Production Strategy For The North East Chilli Producers Association (NECPA)

Farm Africa and the North East Chilli Producers Association (NECPA) are implementing a three-year programme, running from August 2018 to September 2021. The project will create a more competitive and profitable chilli value chain in Lira, northern Uganda, to capitalise on growing international demand for varieties of Ugandan African bird’s eye (ABE) dried chillies.This booklet explains the project's Seed Production Strategy. 

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Farm Africa Live webinar: From Covid-19 and locusts to greener pastures

Farm Africa CEO Dan Collison hosts a 45-minute webinar with Farm Africa's Kenya Programmes Manager Mary Nyale and Agriculture Manager Anastasia Mbatia discussing the impact of COVID-19 and the desert locust invasion on Farm Africa's programmes across eastern Africa.

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Regenerative Agriculture Factsheet

Project factsheet on Farm Africa's reformative agricultural practices in the Embu County, Kenya.

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Meron Yomcwiny discusses Livestock for Livelihoods

Meron Yomcwiny manages Farm Africa's Livestock for Livelihoods goat rearing project in Karamoja, Uganda. She discusses how the project empowers pastoralist women to increase their incomes and improve their families' nutrition, and how the project has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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