Case Study: FARM-Africa

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General Information

  • It is an NGO (Non-Governmental Organisation)
  • Provides aid to Eastern Africa
  • Funded by voluntary donations
  • Founded in 1985 to reduce rural poverty
  • Has been operating in Ethiopia since 1988


Rural Women's Empowerment


  • Few opportunities for Ethiopian women to make money
  • They therefore have a lower quality of life and struggle to afford things ilke healthcare

What's being done:

  • Women are given training and livestock to start farming
  • Local schemes have been set up to help women start small businesses like coffee shops
  • Women are given legal training to be able to advise other women of their rights

Prosopis Management


  • Prosopis is a plant that was introduced by the government to stabilise soil
  • Prosopis is now a pest - it


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