Learn more about the people we serve, the challenges they face and see our work in action.
In order to have the most impact in agricultural development, a dense network of trainers is needed to communicate complex skills and knowledge quickly and efficiently.
One Acre Fund came in at number 15 on the annual list, up three places from number 18 in 2014
In the farming business, ensuring long-term profitability means farmers must take good care of their most important asset: their land.
One Acre Fund's current Rwanda Country Director is recognized for his work in developing highly innovative programs.
We discuss a few innovative strategies we have successfully tested recently, and how these efforts benefit our farmers' productivity and incomes.
To celebrate the UN's declaration of 2016 as the International Year of Pulses, we provide some facts about the crucial crop.
When it comes to healthy eating, farmers in Muyayi, Kenya, say they now have a reason to smile again.
In this two-part series, we’ve asked two sunflower farmers in Tanzania to show us how they use their sunflower seeds in cooking.
A brief introduction to our pilot program in Malawi - started in 2013 with just 71 farmers.
By creating their own compost and then using it during planting, farmers are able to return much-needed nutrients to their fields.
The Women's Leadership Council trains our Kenyan team to succeed in both work and personal life.
When we think about the role of soil in the food security equation, it’s no wonder that the U.N. General Assembly chose to designate 2015 the International Year of Soils
Providing smallholder farmers with credit to invest in their farms isn’t just a good deed, it can also be a good business opportunity.
As we seek to expand, we look at several factors influencing the communities we hope to reach, and how these factors might help or hinder our efforts there.
We provide insight into our research and development process, which we use to expand our products and services for our farmers.