INNOECOFOOD Gets Warm Reception by Got Osimbo Community in Siaya County.

HOW FSPN's WORK SAVES LIVES AGAINST HUNGER

The rise of regenerative farming in Ikunu, Githunguri Sub-county

The rise of regenerative farming…

In this photo story, Benedict Isiaho of CAFAESUP, one of the RAIN…

CAFAESUP:  Empowering farmers through regenerative practices

CAFAESUP:  Empowering farmers through regenerative…

Interview with Hamis Said Hincha, Project Lead of CAFAESUP, one of the…

Unlocking Africa’s Agribusiness Potential: Key Agriculture Actors Convene at the 7th Africa Agri Expo 2024 in Nairobi, Kenya.

Unlocking Africa’s Agribusiness Potential: Key…

The 7th Africa Agri Expo 2024, Kenya, provided a unique account of…

A letter from our Regional Director

The Promise of Regenerative Agriculture

In an era wherein the world’s population continues to grow, the task of feeding hundreds of millions sustainably has never…

FSPN IN NUMBERS

3

Countries

200k+

Farmers

21

Regions

Farmers Location

FSPN has well distributed farmers in 3 Countries (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda)

Our Approaches

Community Education & Sensitization

What and how are people eating? Is there adequate information on Good nutrition practices? The past years have seen international stakeholders and technical experts work to ensure Food Security focusing on the availability and accessibility dimensions.

Technology and Innovation

Today’s agriculture routinely uses sophisticated technologies such as robots, temperature and moisture sensors, aerial images, and GPS technology. These advanced devices and precision agriculture and robotic systems allow businesses to be more profitableefficientsafer, and more environmentally friendly.

Research and Development

Over the past half century or so, hundreds of studies have been published reporting measures of agricultural productivity, the effects of agricultural research and development (R&D) on agricultural innovation and productivity patterns, and the resulting social payoffs to investments in agricultural.

Policy Advocacy

Policies for agriculture consist of government decisions that influence the level and stability of input and output prices, public investments affecting agricultural production, costs and revenues and allocation of resources. These policies affect agriculture either directly or indirectly.

Latest News & Blogs

The rise of regenerative farming in Ikunu, Githunguri Sub-county

The rise of regenerative farming…

In this photo story, Benedict Isiaho of CAFAESUP, one of the RAIN…

CAFAESUP:  Empowering farmers through regenerative practices

CAFAESUP:  Empowering farmers through regenerative…

Interview with Hamis Said Hincha, Project Lead of CAFAESUP, one of the…

Unlocking Africa’s Agribusiness Potential: Key Agriculture Actors Convene at the 7th Africa Agri Expo 2024 in Nairobi, Kenya.

Unlocking Africa’s Agribusiness Potential: Key…

The 7th Africa Agri Expo 2024, Kenya, provided a unique account of…

Our Donors & Partners

we are incredibly grateful for the support and collaboration we receive from our generous donors and valued partners