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Farm Africa, Oromia Tourism Commission and Mattu University share findings on eco-tourism development in Ilu Ababor Zone, southwest Ethiopia

26 May 2023

Farm Africa is sharing key findings on the eco-tourism potentials of the beautiful Ilu Ababor zone in Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia, in collaboration with Oromia Tourism Commission and Mattu University.

How regenerative agriculture is building farmers' resilience to climate change

04 May 2023

Mary used to plant seeds using only a little fertilizer or manure. This depleted the soil’s nutrients, leaving the mother of four struggling financially. But since joining Farm Africa’s Regenerative Agriculture project, Mary is now a village-based advisor, teaching other farmers how to increase their harvest with her newly taught methods.

Cultivate program propels Tanzanian agri-business to enter the export market

09 March 2023

Business training from Farm Africa's Cultivate program has helped Mr Said's sunflower processing business in Tanzania to thrive. The guidance by Farm Africa staff has helped the company to qualify for finance to help their business grow and triple the staff numbers.

Cultivate training helps cereal enterprise thrive

28 February 2023

For seven years, Peter Mutegi, director of Tegemeo Cereals Limited would mix his personal finances together with those of the business due to limited business skills. Farm Africa training has helped him turn his business around.

How one Tanzanian farmer's investment in a tractor benefited the whole village

21 February 2023

Augustine Gabriel Tarmo, a 52-year-old sunflower farmer from Mwinkasi village in the Manyara region of Tanzania, improved the livelihoods of 150 other sunflower farmers by securing a loan for a tractor and offering plowing services.