Building Leaders,

Transforming Agriculture

Long-term, Rwanda must transform its agriculture sector from subsistence farming to job-creating, export-driven commercial enterprises.

This will require a growing pool of talented, well-educated young leaders with practical experience and entrepreneurial mindsets.

Practical Internship

The B2R Farms Internship Program prepares talented Rwandan university graduates with the practical skills, mindset and hands-on experience to build successful careers in FFF training, commercial farming and other agriculture enterprises.


Humble themselves to effectively connect and work with small-scale farmers

Train others on FFF principles and practices using different materials and tools

Manage a team to get results and a farm that produces healthy crops and fields

Build relationships with and support farmers using various means of communication

Make on-site visits to interview, train and encourage farmers and government agents

University Graduates
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During my internship, I developed a strong passion and love for agriculture. Learning conservation agriculture helped me to start my own business as a farmer. It helped me develop myself and achieve financial independence.

Jean Claude, University of Rwanda, Cohort 1 Intern

Working with

Small-Scale Farmers

B2R Farms interns play a crucial roll in maintaining the momentum of Rwanda’s national conservation agriculture rollout, serving as field agents to support small-scale farmers.


Manage District WhatsApp Groups for Government Agents & Champion Farmers

Operate a Call Center to Follow-Up with Trainees

Conduct Site Visits & Trainings Across the Country