2.2m People Reached

Self Help AfricaEnterprise Development, featured, Kenya, News, Uganda, West Africa

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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Quarter million use farm phone service

Self Help AfricaEnterprise Development, featured, Malawi, News

phone 650

A mobile phone information service established by Self Help Africa in 2014 to provide timely information to rural poor farmers, has been used almost a quarter of a million times within its start. Launched in Malawi late last year, the ‘321’ voice activated service provides subscribers to the country’s largest mobile phone network with a suite of farm information services that they can access at the push of a button.

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