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.
Farmers who depend on rain to grow crops are already feeling the effects of our changing climate.
What’s the next big thing in farming? Here are five ideas that could revolutionize how we feed the world.
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.
Working in agriculture means more than simply farming.
Africa’s agricultural industry is expected to grow, creating opportunities for young people entering the workforce.
A look at the huge impact digitized loan repayments is having on Kenyan smallholder farmers.
One Acre Fund releases statement following announcement of U.S. intention to withdraw from Paris climate agreement.
Scientists around the globe work hard every day to solve the world’s toughest challenges. But for one of humanity’s biggest problems, the solution already exists.
President Donald Trump’s plan to slash U.S. foreign aid in favor of increased military spending is likely to have the opposite effect he intends.
How can we get farmers the resources they need to put climate-smart farming into practice?
Growing trees can offer an incredible return on investment for our farmers in just a few years.
Dr. Jeff Ehlers tells us what actions the development community can take to harness the power of pulses.
The act will help millions of smallholder farmers get access to the support and training they need.
Even when farmers have good harvests, a lack of market access prevents them from running businesses that truly thrive.