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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.”
A quick Q&A with Leonce Ngaboyakema, our field execution lead in Rwanda.
Mangalena Nsaiga used the income from her farm to help her daughter Cissy open a pharmacy and medical clinic in Uganda.
Learn about our office culture, working in agricultural development, and the benefits of living in a rural area.
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Making a career transition at a senior level can be daunting. But a change can also be deeply rewarding.
“Before joining One Acre Fund, all I could think of was buying food for the children. Now, I have extra money to invest.”
Jesca Namusoke is using her One Acre Fund income to build a poultry business and send her children to university.