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Gaggan Anand and Andoni Luis Aduriz - Chefs for Change trip to Tanzania

In May 2019, Chefs for Change ambassadors Gaggan Anand and Andoni Luis Aduriz visited Tanzania’s Babati District, where they met rice and sunflower farmers working with Farm Africa and cooked a meal with local restaurateur Mama Zai.


Aquaculture for jobs, incomes and food security

The cost of producing fish in Kenya exceeds the wholesale price of imported fish, making Kenyan fish farmers uncompetitive. This policy brief outlines Farm Africa’s recommendations for the support needed to make the Kenyan aquaculture sector thrive and create jobs, increase incomes and bolster national food security.

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Building and unleashing community power

This booklet presents a series of case studies from the UK aid-funded Market Approaches to Resilience project, which aimed to reduce the vulnerability of agro-pastoralists and protect the environment in Ethiopia’s Afar, Somali and SNNP regional states.

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Growing Futures factsheet

A comprehensive but concise overview of Farm Africa's Growing Futures project in western Kenya. Growing Futures supports young farmers in western Kenya to set up profitable enterprises growing and selling high-demand vegetables.

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Annual Report 2017

Farm Africa Annual Review and Consolidated Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2017.

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Farm Africa Annual Impact Report 2017

Farm Africa reached 2.6 million people, more than ever before, in 2017. But that's only half the equation. We're equally proud that we helped local communities sustainably manage 980,000 hectares of forests and rangeland.

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An overview of Farm Africa's approach to agriculture

Combating poverty in rural Africa depends on making agriculture work better. Farm Africa’s approach to improving agricultural production focuses on helping farmers harness the power of technological advances, pioneering the use of climate-smart agriculture and better managing the natural resources farmers rely upon.

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An overview of Farm Africa's approach to the environment

The preservation of natural resources is critical to poverty reduction, global food security and climate change mitigation. Farm Africa promotes environmental activities that that bring farmers, governments and other stakeholders together to earn an income from and protect the environment.

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An overview of Farm Africa's approach to business

Farm Africa supports the development of enterprises that connect farmers to markets. By linking farmers and agribusinesses to consumer demand, improving the flow of working and investment capital into the sector and strengthening the businesses that supply farmers with commercial services, Farm Africa is helping turn African agriculture into a profitable sector that lifts people out of poverty.

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Harvesting from fishponds

This video, which was produced by Farm Africa with support from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, outlines tips for fish farmers on how best to harvest from their fishponds.