Learn more about the people we serve, the challenges they face and see our work in action.
Deep in rural Uganda, a wave of excitement grips the village of Busota. It is the eve of a long-awaited day.
Our Customer Engagement Team receives insights into the plights and successes of our clients through our hotlines.
While welcoming our newest team members, we asked them a few questions about their backgrounds and motivations.
"I expect to harvest every time I plant millet, even in the seasons when my village receives little rainfall."
Farmers who depend on rain to grow crops are already feeling the effects of our changing climate.
For the thousands of smallholder farmers we work with, growing trees can offer an incredible return on investment in just a few years.
With many of our farmers in hard-to-access rural areas, mobile technology enables them to stay connected and informed.
If we can innovate cost-effective, scalable ways to distribute agriculture technologies to the millions of smallholder farmers who demand them, we will unlock a huge market opportunity—and our best chance to feed the world.
Though they may be small, each maize seed is the result of years of effort and trials.
With the value in providing microfinance loans to farmers higher than ever, we've compiled a list of resources that explain just how worthwhile this type of financing can be.
Andria Mukamazimpaka’s investments in her farm and small business have enabled her family to thrive.
Mangalena Nsaiga used the income from her farm to help her daughter Cissy open a pharmacy and medical clinic in Uganda.
There are many great nonprofits and social enterprises doing impactful work to end hunger and poverty.
Two grevillea farmers explain just how great these trees have been for their farm's health and productivity.
Theresa Wanyama was one of the first farmers to join One Acre Fund. She hasn't looked back since.
While 55 percent of Africa’s population is engaged in agricultural livelihoods, only approximately 1 percent of bank lending across the continent goes to the agricultural sector.
One Ugandan farmer was determined to turn his dream of running a thriving farm into a reality. By combining training with his passion, he succeeded.
Take a look at our process for procuring the quality inputs our farmers have come to expect.
This year, One Acre Fund Tanzania offered sunflower seeds and fertilizer as an add-on product farmers could sign up to buy on credit.
Winrose Wachiye beat last year’s drought in Kenya in part because of techniques she learned from One Acre Fund.
One Acre Fund and the Global Innovation Fund launch a new partnership to build customized solutions for boosting crop productivity and fighting hunger in Sub-Saharan Africa.
With limited access to transport, how do Kenya's remote farmers access markets to buy and sell their goods?
Kija hoped to provide a better life for her children, so she pursued the training she needed to succeed.
“Now we have so much, and I have pride.”