Feed a community, a country, a continent – for good.
We believe there is a different picture to the one we so frequently see on our television screens of hungry people relying on aid handouts. It is a picture of a farmer, growing enough food for today and for tomorrow, and confident in next year’s harvest. Our vision is to change these from rare examples of individual success to the norm – to create a thriving rural Africa.
Agriculture will be at the heart of economic development in Africa. A “Green Revolution” that prioritises the needs of small-scale farmers, and safeguards natural resources, will help bring rural prosperity to Africa and break the vicious cycle of hunger and poverty.
Over the next four years we have set ourselves the target of doubling the number of people we reach directly each year from 800,000 to 1.5 million. Sharing our expertise with partners and other key players will mean we will reach a further 15 million people.
Major donor philanthropists are fundamental to Farm Africa achieving our vision. By investing in Farm Africa you will be partnering with an organisation bringing real change at scale – ensuring that farmers have the right tools, techniques, and access to markets – ending Africa’s reliance on food aid, for good.
By investing in Farm Africa, you will play a personal and pivotal role in changing the lives of millions of Africans.
Farm Africa welcomes the opportunity to meet in person to discuss your potential interest in supporting our ambitious programme to bring about transformational change in Africa.
We believe Africa has the power to feed itself. Let’s make it happen.
I feel very proud indeed to be a supporter of Farm Africa. It’s wonderful to see money being put to good use and lives being changed in East Africa – an area I am particularly interested in, having personal ties to Kenya.
I've helped harvest vegetables on small Kenyan shambas and know what hard work it is - often for such little reward. I can imagine the impact on rural people's lives of increasing crop yields. Thanks again for all your hard work!