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"FARM-Africa's mission is to reduce poverty by enabling marginal African farmers, herders and forest dwellers to make sustainable improvements to their wellbeing by effectively managing renewable natural resources." [1]

"On 1 June, Judith Batchelar led a group of senior women from the UK food industry to Tanzania to complete their 2015 challenge - ‘The Big Beehive Build’. " [1]

Funding 2008/09 [2]

Corporate ‘thank yous’ "Huge thanks to Mako Global and Lloyd's of London for their continued support. In addition, we are very grateful to the following companies for their generous support: Alsford Page and Gems, Canopius, Casey Consulting, Cotswold Outdoor, Dodson Bros, FINN Trading, Fitfop, GlassTap, Real World Travel, Green Ink Publishing, Helpful Hirings, Highland Grain, Hiscox, Innovative Financial Solutions, Lovells, Man Group, Palmstead Nurseries, Paperchase, Peregrine Trading, Spirit of Wood, St Helen’s Farm and Turner Fine Foods. A special thank you to the National Farmers’ Union for their support in the Africa 100 Appeal.

Trusts and institutions "We are very grateful to the Department for International Development, the European Union, Cordaid, Norwegian Development Fund, Irish Aid, Royal Norwegian Embassy, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Jersey Overseas Aid Commission, Isle of Man Overseas Aid Committee and the Big Lottery Fund.

FARM-Africa is also hugely grateful to the many trusts and foundations whose invaluable support enables us to help so many African farmers. There is not room here to thank them all by name, but here are just a few: Ford Foundation, Medicor Foundation Liechtenstein, the innocent foundation, The J J Charitable Trust, The Elsevier Foundation, Ingram Trust, The Waterloo Foundation, Four Acre Trust, Topinambour Trust, Foster Wood Foundation, The Tulip Charitable Trust, Kilimo Trust, Charles Hayward Foundation, The Sulney Fields Charitable Trust, Mrs L D Rope’s Third Charitable Settlement and The Dulverton Trust."


Accessed December 2010: [3]


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Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch


  1. Mission, FARM-Africa, accessed December 8, 2010.
  2. Annual Review 2008/09, FARM-Africa, accessed December 8, 2010.
  3. People, FARM-Africa, accessed December 8, 2010.
  4. People, FARM-Africa, accessed December 8, 2010.