Sanku, Using Technology To Fight Malnutrition In East Africa

28 million children in Sub-Saharan Africa are malnourished. In East Africa, where maize is a staple part of their diet, there is a significant decline in crop varieties as a result of climate change, conflict, agricultural unproductivity, economic decline, and the...

Achieving food security through collaborations with women

The Nigerian First Lady, Aisha Buhari, and President of the Africa First Ladies Peace Mission (AFLPM), has maintained her commitment to promote women in agriculture as a result of this irrefutable truth. Women, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, cannot be overlooked in...

Malawi Farmers Reaping the Benefits of Climate-Smart Methods

As the climate gets hotter and drier, farmers in sub-Saharan Africa are finding it harder to grow food and earn an income despite being among the smallest contributors of carbon emissions. At Self Help Africa, we’re working to change this – through a range of climate...