Self Help Africa

Self Help Africa work in 8 core African countries, tackling poverty and improving the lives of local communities.

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2019 PLAN

€ 93,664

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Projects in 2018

  1. LOCAL SEED BUSINESS OUTSCALING Eastern & South Western Regions The project aims to establish 30 new local seed businesses and increase the uptake of quality seed by smallholder farmers through increased awareness of the economic benefits of using quality declared seed and strategic linkages with others in the seed sector.

    No result yet

  2. AGRICULTURE AND MARKET SUPPORT FOR NORTH WEST UGANDA Adjumani, Kiriyandongo & Masindi The project supports the formation of farmer organisations to increase the production of maize and beans and helps to provide better access to markets.

    No result yet

  3. MANZO YOUTH EMPOWERMENT PROJECT (MAYEP) Maracha, Nebbi & Zombo, West Nile This project, designed with local partners AFARD, supports youth empowerment and economic development by building their capacity, knowledge and work-readiness skills.

    No result yet

  4. SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (SLIP) Nkaya & Balaka The SLIP project aims at reducing poverty levels and sustainably improving the livelihoods of 2,000 poor farming households in Balaka District.

    No result yet

  5. SHIRE BASIN SUSTAINABLE NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SOCIAL ENHANCEMENT PROJECT Balaka The project aims to limit sedimentation of the Shire River, affecting soil fertility and yields, through community-based sustainable management of natural resources.

    No result yet

  6. BUILDING OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH SEED ENTERPRISE TRANSFORMATION (BOSET) Oromia Region The BOSET project is improving the economic, ecological and organisational resilience of smallholder farmers through on-farm disaster risk management interventions in drought-prone areas.

    No result yet

2019 PLAN

€ 93,664

raised of €0 goal

1314

altruists

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