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A letter from Andrew Youn, One Acre Fund's Co-Founder and Executive Director of One Acre Fund
Despite the numerous challenges that the coronavirus brings, farmers are doing their best to make ends meet until the next harvest.
In this uncertain time, food security is more essential than ever. We’re rapidly reinventing our services to keep farmers safe and well-supported in the era of social distancing.
One Acre Fund CEO Andrew Youn shares his reflections on the lessons learnt on our journey to serving one million farmers across Africa.
It's an exciting time to be a techie and humanitarian in East Africa. One Acre Fund's former Global Director of Technology explains why.
East Africa has seen several weather pattern changes in the recent past. Here, we share climate-smart agriculture tips to help farmers in the region cope better with unpredictable weather.
In 2019, One Acre Fund started producing hybrid maize seed in Rwanda with two domestic partners. We believe it’s a game-changer for farmers in the country. Here’s why.
Why is Strive Masiyiwa, one of the continent’s most prominent CEOs, so invested in the agriculture sector?
At a time of a global health crisis, we are drawing on our deep delivery expertise, trusted community ties, and commitment to putting Farmers First, to respond to emerging farmer needs.
Kenya’s Deputy President joins One Acre Fund to celebrate the farmers who feed our nation.
Across East Africa, people are talking about the role of young people in agriculture. So how do young people themselves feel about all this?
Governments must secure the livelihoods of farmers. One proven tool to increase farmers’ resilience is insurance. But with few insurers entering the market, government support is critical.
This photo essay takes us through best practice during harvesting of maize.
Cutting-edge technology isn’t just for the big city. Here’s how new innovations are making a difference across rural Kenya.
A look at the huge impact digitized loan repayments is having on Kenyan smallholder farmers.
Studies show when women have more money, they’re more likely to save and invest in their families. Yet, 29% of Kenyan women still can’t access basic financial services.
Smallholder farmers require a different form of financing to succeed. One Acre Fund gives you an inside look into our unique approach to microfinancing.
Investing in trees might not sound like the most exciting investment, but trees can offer financial and social returns for years to come.
Wycklyfe Mwanje is investing his farm income by starting local businesses and creating jobs.
Group savings help women of Ndengelwa village in western Kenya grow together financially.
To truly address hunger in Kenya, we have to think about how to maximize the productivity of smallholder farmers.
Our Customer Engagement Team receives insights into the plights and successes of our clients through our hotlines.
"I expect to harvest every time I plant millet, even in the seasons when my village receives little rainfall."
Deep in rural Uganda, a wave of excitement grips the village of Busota. It is the eve of a long-awaited day.