We are certified trainers and the official champion of Foundation for Farming in Rwanda

Teaching Farmers How To Flourish

Using Resources They Already Have

Our Mission

We are committed to teaching conservation agriculture practices as developed by Foundations for Farming to small-scale farmers and university graduates.

The Challenge

Food insecurity continues to be a significant problem for millions of low-income families across Africa.

As the continent’s population continues to rise, average crop yields decline.

Traditional farming practices, marked by slash-and-burn techniques and deep tillage, are exacerbating soil erosion and climate change.

Double the crop yields of Rwanda’s 2.4 million small-scale farmers, while lowering input costs by 20% and labor by 45%, to:

Eliminate Food Insecurity

Reduce Impact of Climate Change

Accelerate Growth of Commercial Agriculture

Our Strategy

Teaching Rwanda's 2.4 million farmers how to prosper using the resources they already have.

Providing university graduates with practical internships and inspiring them to pursue careers in agriculture.

Becoming a major training hub and promoter of conservation agriculture across Africa.

We believe that farmers everywhere, whether small-scale or university-educated professionals, hold in their hands significant power to improve lives and grow their country.

Our Methods

We teach the principles and practices of Foundations for Farming, including conservation agriculture.

Our Impact

Rwandan Farmers Trained in Conservation Agriculture
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Demonstration Plots Planted by Rwandan Farmers
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University Graduates Trained
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