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The female farmers ploughing their way to success in Tanzania

08 March 2024

This International Women’s Day we celebrate Jenifa and Ayazi, two female entrepreneurs from Tanzania who are breaking through gender stereotypes and ploughing the way to a better future for themselves and their communities with support from Farm Africa, Farm to Market Alliance and the World Food Programme.

Sowing seeds for the future in Dodoma, Tanzania

29 November 2023

Like most parents, Alex and Grace embrace every opportunity to improve their family's quality of life. As small-scale farmers facing the challenging climate of Dodoma, Tanzania, those opportunities are at times few and far between. Alex says taking part in Farm Africa's Climate Smart Agriculture project, funded by the World Food Programme, has been life-changing.

Market engagement propels Ethiopian farmers to success

19 September 2023

An innovative market-driven approach to tackling poverty in rural Ethiopia is proving that smallholder farming can be both profitable and sustainable in regions impacted by climate change.

Unlocking potential for small horticultural enterprises

03 August 2023

With business training and support, Farm Africa is helping small enterprises tap into the prosperity of Tanzania’s booming horticultural sector.

Kenyan farmers tap into international carbon market

01 August 2023

Smallholder farmers in Kenya will be able to earn additional income by planting and growing trees on their farms and selling carbon credits, as part of an initiative called Acorn, from Farm Africa’s regenerative agriculture project funded by AGRA.