Sesame in Nkayi

Creating unique collaborations between the public and private sectors to support industry development has been key in our work to empower smallholders to become active participants in the world economy, EFF looks to partner with the public and private sector.  Meaningful partnerships have been formed with: market buyers, government agencies, research and development institutions, donor organizations, input suppliers, transport companies, …

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.

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.

Malawi

ETG Farmers Foundation has been actively engaging with over 40,000 farmers across Malawi, collecting a database of farmers and researching best agronomic practices and the potential crops suited for the different regions throughout the country.

Working with Farmers Throughout the Entire Crop Cycle

EFF recently conducted harvesting and post-harvest handling training with farmers through the areas of Zimbabwe where sesame is being grown this season. Through our work with the Livelihoods and Food Security Program (LFSP) EFFs team in Zimbabwe has been working with government and multiple development partners to introduce sesame as a viable alternative cash crop to various communities throughout Zimbabwe. …

Getting Ready for Procurement Season

Creating unique collaborations between the public and private sectors to support industry development has been key in our work to empower smallholders to become active participants in the world economy, EFF looks to partner with the public and private sector.  Meaningful partnerships have been formed with: market buyers, government agencies, research and development institutions, donor organizations, input suppliers, transport companies, …

Zambia Cashew Project gets a boost from ETG partner Mitsui & Co, Ltd.

Entering into the critical first phases of our Cashew program in Zambia, EFF has received CSR funding from Mitsui & Co.Ltd to aid in improving our initial outreach to ensure the viability of the two year initiative. Mitsuiā€™s donation will go towards technology enhancements to our sensitization campaign, through the provision of mobile projectors and screens and tablets allowing for …

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.

Kenya

EFF worked with partners to develop castor seed growing trials for research and development and income generation for smallholders in Eastern/Central Kenya: Tseikuru, Kitui and Mbale

Uganda

ETG Farmers Foundation began with a project in Uganda through a unique private-public partnership. The project aimed to advance smallholder farmers livelihoods and financial inclusion.