Two-thirds of Kenyans depend on the crops they grow and the animals they keep for their livelihoods and survival. Yet much of the country is classified as arid or semi-arid. The increased frequency of drought and competition over scarce water resources, coupled with the outbreak of animal disease, has left pastoralists especially vulnerable to hunger.

Farm Africa works with small-scale farmers, pastoralists and women to help them find new ways to make a living and lift themselves out of poverty.

Growing Futures

Helping young Kenyan farmers develop the agricultural, financial and trading skills necessary to build profitable farming enterprises.
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Cracking Kenya's cashew nut industry

Farm Africa is breathing life into the country’s flagging cashew nut industry.
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Fish farming

Farm Africa is supporting fish farmers, producers and traders to develop the aquaculture industry in Kenya, encouraging bigger incomes and better nutrition.
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