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.
By using profits from his improved harvests, Wycklyfe Mwanje is starting to build a local business empire in western Kenya.
Learn about our office culture, working in agricultural development, and the benefits of living in a rural area.
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.
Take a video tour of One Acre Fund's new headquarters in Kenya.
We're working hard at creating a culture that is inclusive of working parents and their children.
A look at the huge impact digitized loan repayments is having on Kenyan smallholder farmers.
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.
Janina Schnick, a One Acre Fund government relations manager, discusses our approach to working with governments.
With limited access to transport, how do Kenya's remote farmers access markets to buy and sell their goods?
One Acre Fund recruiter Grace Twesigye sheds light on how non-field based staff stay connected to our mission.
Conrad Lukoye turned a battle against his family's food insecurity into a thriving local business.
Access to financing helped Wilbroda change her future. Millions of other farmers also deserve that opportunity.
Victor Matianyi, an I.T. Manager based in Kenya reflects on his career at One Acre Fund since joining in 2013.
Farmers in Kenya, Rwanda, and Tanzania discuss food insecurity before sharing some of their favorite farm-to-table recipes.