Stimulating economic growth, social empowerement and robust ecosystems in emerging markets

Research shows that the arable land available to be cultivated and the number of individual farmers who can work that land make Sub-Saharan Africa the most ideal spot for global food production.

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Tanzania

EFF Tanzania was established in 2013 and it has been supporting smallholder farmers to move from subsistence farming to farming for business through training and linkage to markets and financial services in various regions with different agricultural value chains.

Tanzania

EFF Tanzania was established in 2013 and it has been supporting smallholder farmers to move from subsistence farming to farming for business through training and linkage to markets and financial services in various regions with different agricultural value chains.

Zambia

EFF Zambia was established in 2018 and has a growing team and presence working in the Western Province. EFF is working within the Cashew value chain, one well known from previous engagements with ETG in Tanzania.

Zambia

EFF Zambia was established in 2018 and has a growing team and presence working in the Western Province. EFF is working within the Cashew value chain, one well known from previous engagements with ETG in Tanzania.

Zimbabwe

EFF Zimbabwe was established in 2011 and it has worked with developing communities through various projects, linking them to financial services, introducing alternative cash crops and the provision of mechanisation services to the smallholder farmer.

Zimbabwe

EFF Zimbabwe was established in 2011 and it has worked with developing communities through various projects, linking them to financial services, introducing alternative cash crops and the provision of mechanisation services to the smallholder farmer.

45 % Female Partcipation
100000 Farmers Directly Impacted
180 Minimum income generated per farmer
1200 Maximum income generated per farmer