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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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Farm Africa Annual Review 2019

Welcome to Farm Africa's Annual Review, a look at some of our 2019 highlights. This report focuses on four of our current projects including horticulture and cashew production in Kenya, and empowering women to fight climate change in Ethiopia; each of these case studies offers examples of the many ways we are helping transform lives across eastern Africa.

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Annual Report 2019

Farm Africa Annual Review and Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2019.

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Terms of Reference For Midterm Evaluation

Terms of Reference For Midterm Evaluation - Commercialising Chilli Production project. 

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A message from Dan Collison

Farm Africa CEO Dan Collison describes how the coronavirus pandemic, climate change and the locust invasion are causing unprecedented challenges for farmers in eastern Africa. Farm Africa’s work is more important than ever for the communities we support. If you can, please donate today to ensure Farm Africa can continue its life-changing work www.farmafrica.org/ceodonate

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Community Animal Health Workers

Farm Africa’s Livestock for Livelihoods project is helping Ugandan and Ethiopian pastoralist women set up sustainable, small-scale goat-rearing enterprises. This four-page booklet outlines how the project is creating and strengthening a network of community animal health workers (CAHWs) linked to agro-input dealers to enhance pastoralists’ access to quality animal health services. 

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Improved goat breeds

Farm Africa’s Livestock for Livelihoods project is helping Ugandan and Ethiopian pastoralist women set up sustainable, small-scale goat-rearing enterprises. This four-page booklet outlines how Farm Africa is helping local communities to crossbreed local goats with exotic, high yielding
goat breeds to produce offspring that are faster growing, more efficient feed converters and produce more milk and meat than the local goats but which are easier to raise than purebred exotic goats.

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Revolving goat fund

Farm Africa’s Livestock for Livelihoods project is helping Ugandan and Ethiopian pastoralist women set up sustainable, small-scale goat-rearing enterprises. This four-page booklet outlines how Farm Africa is setting up a revolving goat scheme across South Omo and Karamoja. The scheme requires each woman who receives does (female goats) from Farm Africa to give does to another vulnerable woman once her herd has grown, creating a cycle of improved prosperity.

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Trainer's guide for Production, Harvest, Post-Harvest Handling and Value Addition for Moringa in Tanzania

This guide provides technical knowledge of farming, processing and marketing of Moringa olifera.

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