2.2m People Reached

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Annual Report

Self Help Africa worked with approximately 2.2 million people across 33 development projects in 2018, its annual meeting heard last week. The organisation’s largest project was in Kenya, where more than €24m was being invested over a five-year period in strengthening agri-business and creating new markets for 100,000 small-scale farmers. … Read More

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The Meki Batu Fruit and Veg Co-Op

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Formed in Meki town, Ethiopia, as an agricultural union to represent the interests of 12 producer groups across a district that was the site of one of Self Help Africa’s earliest agricultural projects, Meki Batu Fruit and Vegetable Growers Cooperative is virtually unrecognisable today from the organization that was created in 2002.

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