Set up 4 community seed banks for small holder farmers

Aug 2012

Self Help Africa

Charity Partner
In August 2012 we raised enough to set up 4 seed banks. These 4 seed banks will impact on hundreds of farmers, their families and wider communities. Seed banks facilitate the reproduction of seeds year after year. The self production of seed is a cost effective method for the farming communities and helps increase yields. See this video to find out more CLICK HERE

Self Help Africa helps people in rural Africa grow enough food to feed themselves, earn a living, and access basic services. Self Help Africa equips people with the skills they need to move out of poverty by training farmers in new techniques and teaching basic business skills. Be One Percent via Self Help Africa have supported tree nurseries, planting over 8000 trees and set up Microfinance initiatives providing 12,000 women in Uganda with savings and small business loan facilities.

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