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Seasonal food calendar

Enjoy the benefits of eating seasonally with our food calendar.

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Sustainable livelihoods through ecosystem conservation

As part of the European Union's 'Supporting Horn of Africa Resilience' (SHARE) initiative, Farm Africa is working to reverse the damage done to the Bale Eco-Region of Ethiopia and boost livelihoods in a sustainable way. 

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Fundraising pack

Everything you need to plan a fun and successful fundraising event, from guides to publicising your event, stories from the field and tips on staying safe. 

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Sidai - a social enterprise in Kenya

Sidai is a social enterprise in Kenya set up by Farm Africa. It runs a network of centres providing high-quality crop inputs and livestock and veterinary services to farmers in rural areas.

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Annual Review 2015

The 2015 annual review highlights successes from our programmes in eastern Africa and provides an accessible insight into our work over the year.

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Impact Report 2015

Farm Africa has produced its first Impact Report for the year ending 31 December 2015, to demonstrate the difference our work has made to farming families in eastern Africa, and what we've learnt over the past year.

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Annual Report 2015

Farm Africa's Annual Report and Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2015.

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SHARE (Supporting Horn of Africa Resilience) Newsletter

With funding from the European Union, Farm Africa works with a consortium of partners in the Bale Eco-Region of Ethiopia to conserve natural resources and boost livelihoods for local communities. Read about what this project has achieved so far.

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Private Sector Engagement

Farm Africa supports smallholder farmers in engaging with a wide range of private sector enterprises, so that they can sell more high-value products in domestic and international markets.

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Farm Africa and the Global Goals

In September 2015, world leaders met at the United Nations General Assembly to commit to 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Farm Africa is committed to making these Global Goals a reality - here's how. 

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