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Business formalisation in Tanzania - Learnings from the DECIDE project

This learning piece shares findings from Farm Africa's DECIDE project's work in facilitating MSMEs to comply with Tanzania's legal framework, business registration requirements and documentation required to access social security for the business and its employees. It highlights some of the obstacles they face in transitioning into the formal economy.

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Regenerating our Soils - Cases and Success Stories from the Regenerative Agriculture project in Kenya

This booklet tells the stories of farmers involved in AGRA's “Regenerative agriculture through the development of the pulses value chain” pilot project, which ran from July 2020 to October 2021, AGRA, with funding from IKEA Foundation, and in partnership with Farm Africa and Cereal Growers Association (CGA) in Embu and Makueni Counties of Kenya.

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Derisking smallholders' enterprises

This three-page document summarises the results and learning from Farm Africa's Growing Futures youth horticulture project in western Kenya from 2019 to 2021.  

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Revolving Goat Fund

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

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Community Animal Health Workers

Farm Africa’s Livestock for Livelihoods project helped Ugandan and Ethiopian pastoralist women set up sustainable, small-scale goat-rearing enterprises. This four-page booklet outlines how the project created and strengthened 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 helped Ugandan and Ethiopian pastoralist women set up sustainable, small-scale goat-rearing enterprises. This four-page booklet outlines how the project created and strengthened 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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Women and children's nutrition in Uganda

Farm Africa’s Livestock for Livelihoods project helped Ugandan and Ethiopian pastoralist women set up sustainable, small-scale goat-rearing enterprises. This four-page booklet outlines how the project helped to improve the nutrition of women and young children in Karamoja, Uganda. Wasting in young children (0-59 months), infant and young child minimum dietary (IYCF-MDD) score, and Minimum Dietary Diversity for women (MDD-W) all showed positive trends and improvement during the project life cycle.

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Commercialising chilli production: Project learning

An overview of the key learnings gained from Farm Africa's chilli project in Lira, northern Uganda. 

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Nature-based Solutions in Action: Lessons from the Frontline

Farm Africa's case study from Ethiopia's Bale Eco-region is featured in this report on page 32.

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Annual Report 2020

Farm Africa Annual Review and Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2020.

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