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Funding partnerships

We build innovative and strategic partnerships with corporations that share our values and vision of a prosperous rural Africa for smallholder farmers and their communities. We have many types of partnerships, from shared-value and cause-related marketing, to employee engagement as well as our business network; Food for Good. 

Agriculture is Africa’s largest employer and in eastern Africa, smallholder farmers manage over 80% of the region’s farmland, yet they are among the poorest in the world. Working together, we can deliver long, term sustainable solutions that give communities a route out of poverty for good. 

By partnering with Farm Africa, you can support the transformation of African agriculture into a viable business proposition, which protects the local environment and enables smallholder farmers to create sustainable livelihoods for themselves and their families.

We have experience working with a wide range of partners and see the importance of being flexible to suit each of our partner's needs. Our team will work with you to create a mutually beneficial partnership that supports your goals and strategy – whether supporting your journey to net-zero, strengthening your employee engagement or demonstrating your company values to consumers - while supporting our work to build a resilient rural Africa where people and the environment thrive.  

To find out more contact the partnerships team at  


Our partners 

S'ABLE Labs 

S'ABLE Labs, a multifaceted wellbeing initiative founded by Sabrina and Idris Elba, is supporting Farm Africa through the sales of three new vegan, genderless skincare products.

The inaugural S’ABLE Labs capsule collection comprises a cleanser, toner and moisturiser, which form the core of a skincare regimen that is both high performance and environmentally conscious.

S’ABLE Labs is pledging 5% of the profit of all product sales to Farm Africa, with a minimum donation of £15,000 a year.

Take a look at our news story to find out more about this partnership. 

Food for Good members