Featured Farmer Stories


Tanzania: Farmers gain strength and knowledge by forming a farmers group

The village of Ayasanda has five neighbourhoods and 2,000 people, who live in a mixture of modern and traditional houses. The Bereko […]


Senegal: Women lead fight to save shrinking farmland from multinational company (Trust)

Fatimata Sow stands in the village square, gazing at the vast landscape of arid ground dotted with the stumps of trees. She […]


World Water Day

March 22 is World Water Day, a good day to talk about access to clean water. More than 660 million people worldwide […]


Reporting grants for stories about China and Francophone Africa

The University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg is offering grants for stories about Francophone Africa and China. The grants will fund stories that […]