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.
Mangalena Nsaiga used the income from her farm to help her daughter Cissy open a pharmacy and medical clinic in Uganda.
“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.
Two grevillea farmers explain just how great these trees have been for their farm's health and productivity.
Farmers in Marakalu, Kenya share their stories of hope and success.
Theresa Wanyama was one of the first farmers to join One Acre Fund. She hasn't looked back since.
Winrose Wachiye beat last year’s drought in Kenya in part because of techniques she learned from One Acre Fund.
Renowned author and journalist Roger Thurow revisits One Acre Fund, six years after he first profiled our work in his book, The Last Hunger Season.
When a months-long drought wiped out this year’s crops, Mary sought a new opportunity.
With limited access to transport, how do Kenya's remote farmers access markets to buy and sell their goods?
Kija hoped to provide a better life for her children, so she pursued the training she needed to succeed.
Four years ago, Pascaline Ntangyungwi heard news that promised to change her agricultural practices and possibly more.
Growing trees can offer an incredible return on investment for our farmers in just a few years.
Conrad Lukoye turned a battle against his family's food insecurity into a thriving local business.
Farming used to yield disappointment for Sofia. Now, she yields surpluses, and can proudly provide for her son.
Solar lighting helped this Rwandan student improve his grades and reach his goals.
One Acre Fund staff live and work alongside farmers like Japhet who grows bananas, helping them improve their harvests and grow their way out of hunger and poverty.
Farmers in Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania discuss food insecurity before sharing some of their favorite farm-to-table recipes.