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.”
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.
Farmers who depend on rain to grow crops are already feeling the effects of our changing climate.
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.
What’s the next big thing in farming? Here are five ideas that could revolutionize how we feed the world.
Catch up on the latest news about One Acre Fund’s policy and partnerships work
There are many great nonprofits and social enterprises doing impactful work to end hunger and poverty.
To improve food security, the government should adopt more solutions that directly benefit smallholder farmers.
One Acre Fund staff meet with a U.S. Congressman to discuss the importance of smallholder farmers.
2017 was a year full of challenges, successes, and opportunities. Here are just a few of the highlights.