Ndagijimana weeds onions in Mataba village, Rwanda. Many farmers apply
the planting, weeding, harvesting, and storage training
they receive through One Acre Fund to the other crops they cultivate.
Credit: Francoise Umarishavu
Photo courtesy of the One Acre Fund blog.
One Acre Fund is an NGO in Kenya, Rwanda, and Burundi that helps
130,000 smallholder farmers grow their own way out of poverty by
providing a "market bundle" that includes education, finance, seed and
fertilizer, and market access.
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