East Africa has seen several weather pattern changes in the recent past. Here, we share climate-smart agriculture tips to help farmers in the region cope better with unpredictable weather.
One Acre Fund’s Executive Director Andrew Youn talks about the organization’s biggest opportunity to improve: building a more diverse and inclusive organization.
In 2019, One Acre Fund started producing hybrid maize seed in Rwanda with two domestic partners. We believe it’s a game-changer for farmers in the country.
Why is Strive Masiyiwa, one of the continent’s most prominent CEOs, so invested in the agriculture sector?
We might not talk about it much, but technology is an increasingly large part of how we deliver impact for our clients.
A case study, produced in partnership with USAID, details the impact of Fall Armyworm in the communities we serve and shares our experience in responding to the crisis.
Kenya’s Deputy President joins One Acre Fund to celebrate the farmers who feed our nation.
So we asked four young adults for their views on youth in agribusiness. Here are their opinions.
Extreme weather is a hallmark of climate change, and smallholder farmers we work with are already feeling the toll.
One Acre Fund Executive Director Andrew Youn shares our approach to hiring — and what we plan to improve.
We believe farmers should be treated as clients, not beneficiaries. Here's why.
One Acre Fund's Global Director of Technology on why it's an exciting time to be a techie and humanitarian in East Africa.
One proven tool to increase farmers’ resilience is crop insurance, but more government support is needed.
Cutting-edge technology isn’t just for the big city. Here’s how new innovations are making a difference across rural Kenya.
Investing in trees might not sound like the most exciting investment, but trees can offer financial and social returns for years to come.
If more rural women had access to financing, a lot of things could change -- both for individual families and entire communities.
Join us as we look back upon a milestone year serving some of the world’s hardest-working people.
Andria Mukamazimpaka’s investments in her farm and small business have enabled her family to thrive.
By using profits from his improved harvests, Wycklyfe Mwanje is starting to build a local business empire in western Kenya.
“When farmers get the right information and do the right things, they can put enough food on the table.”