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.
Working in agriculture means more than simply farming.
Moses Ariong shares how he’s using his career at One Acre Fund to make an impact for farmers in Uganda.
Africa’s agricultural industry is expected to grow, creating opportunities for young people entering the workforce.
Here’s why some members of our staff left the corporate world to give back to their communities.
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.
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.
Anyone who passionately wants to see African countries develop should want to be on the front lines of that development.
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.
For those who want to work in rural Africa, this success story is a must-read.
One Acre Fund is delighted with the news that Ambassador Mark Green will be nominated by President Donald Trump to be the next administrator of USAID
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.
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.