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Farm Africa's approach to finance

A summary of Farm Africa’s approach to setting up access to finance schemes that improve the flow of cash to and through smallholder value chains.

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Farm Africa's approach to business development

A summary of Farm Africa’s approach to building the capacity of agribusinesses that provide inputs to smallholders or buy their produce, or both.

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Farm Africa's approach to technology

A summary of Farm Africa’s approach to developing, adapting and promoting technological innovations that enhance smallholder farmers’ land and labour productivity.

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Farm Africa's approach to land, water and environment

A summary of Farm Africa’s approach to increasing the sustainability of smallholder and agribusiness production, with a focus on conservation of essential biodiversity, woodlots and watersheds.

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Farm Africa's approach to climate-smart agriculture

A summary of Farm Africa’s approach to building the resilience of smallholder farmers to climate shocks and trends and minimising their contribution to greenhouse gas emissions.

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Sustainable agriculture for improved food security in Tigray, Ethiopia. Tales from Tigray

Series of stories from Farm Africa's Sustainable Agriculture for Improved Food Security project.

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Sustainable agriculture for improved food security in Tigray, Ethiopia. Part six: Small-scale irrigation

Small-scale irrigation includes a wide range of techniques and approaches that supply water to land with the aim of improving soil-water management.

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Sustainable agriculture for improved food security in Tigray, Ethiopia. Part five: Honey production and marketing

Ethiopia is the largest honey producer in sub-Saharan Africa, producing on average 45,000 metric tonnes (MT) of raw honey annually. 

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Sustainable agriculture for improved food security in Tigray, Ethiopia. Part four: Goat and sheep rearing

Sheep and goats are valuable assets that can be a powerful springboard for income diversification and further asset accumulation for female-headed households.

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Sustainable agriculture for improved food security in Tigray, Ethiopia. Part three: Poultry production

Poultry rearing can be a useful way to generate regular revenue for poor households with limited access to land and labour. 

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