A quick Q&A with Leonce Ngaboyakema, our field execution lead in Rwanda.
Learn about our office culture, working in agricultural development, and the benefits of living in a rural area.
Making a career transition at a senior level can be daunting. But a change can also be deeply rewarding.
One Acre Fund staff meet with a U.S. Congressman to discuss the importance of smallholder farmers.
Moses Ariong shares how he’s using his career at One Acre Fund to make an impact for farmers in Uganda.
Here’s why some members of our staff left the corporate world to give back to their communities.
We're working hard at creating a culture that is inclusive of working parents and their children.
Anyone who passionately wants to see African countries develop should want to be on the front lines of that development.
What we look for in internship applicants and what they can expect once onboard.
Janina Schnick, a One Acre Fund government relations manager, discusses our approach to working with governments.
Why aren't more young professionals from developing countries pursuing a career in international development?
Career development and education are a big part of One Acre Fund – we’re constantly striving to help our staff learn and grow.
Two One Acre Fund leaders share how mid-career professionals with kids can still build happy careers in international development.
Victor Matianyi, an I.T. Manager based in Kenya reflects on his career at One Acre Fund since joining in 2013.
Our East Africa logistics director reflects on the past year and what’s in store for 2016 and beyond.
We asked our newest team members a few questions about their backgrounds and motivations.
Sometimes the thing you end up loving most about your job is something that you never expected to do.
In her first four years with OAF, Beatrice tackled every problem with care and passion for her work.
Known to be a motivational leader and hard worker, Oliver epitomizes One Acre Fund's values.
Read more about Pauline's journey and her initiatives to advance the interests of women at One Acre Fund.