How One Kenyan Farmer is Building Success Through Business
By using profits from his improved harvests, Wycklyfe Mwanje is starting to build a local business empire in western Kenya.
A Village Transformed
Farmers in Marakalu, Kenya share their stories of hope and success.
10 Years With One Acre Fund
Theresa Wanyama was one of the first farmers to join One Acre Fund. She hasn't looked back since.
How One Kenyan Farmer Beat 2017's Drought
Winrose Wachiye beat last 2017’s drought in Kenya in part because of techniques she learned from One Acre Fund.
Catching Up With Farmers From The Last Hunger Season
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.
Surviving on Sand
When a months-long drought wiped out this year’s crops, Mary sought a new opportunity.
How Transportation Works in Rural Kenya
With limited access to transport, how do Kenya's remote farmers access markets to buy and sell their goods?
Luuya's Tomato Jungle
Conrad Lukoye turned a battle against his family's food insecurity into a thriving local business.
3 Nutritious Farm-to-Table Recipes from East Africa
Farmers in Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania discuss food insecurity before sharing some of their favorite farm-to-table recipes.
A Client’s Perspective: 10 Years with One Acre Fund
We caught up with Robai Wanyonyi, one of our pioneer farmers who has been with us since we started in 2006.
Catching Up With Anne, David, And Zipporah
We caught up with a few farmers we serve in Kenya whose stories of impact we've been following.
A Loan And A Light
To light their homes in Kenya, farmers rely mostly on kerosene, which is costly and damaging to their health.
Q&A With Stella Wanyama, Smallholder Farmer from Kenya
Stella answers questions submitted by One Acre Fund blog readers about her life and work. See what she said!
Saving Together For A Better Life In Kenya
Group savings help women of Ndengelwa village in western Kenya grow together financially.
Harvesting the Best Sukuma In Town
With help from One Acre Fund, Jacob Nabilayi can now feed his village with one of the most nutritious vegetables out there.