In many of the places where we work, farming is the lifeblood of a community. It keeps families alive and hopefully – if crops are good – brings in income too.

Thanks to supporters like you, Kenyan farmer Immaculate has received agricultural training that’s helping her to harvest. She’s not only learnt to farm more sustainably – which means a better use of natural resources today and better farming land for future generations – but has seen profits improve too.

Thank you for equipping people like Immaculate with the training they need to support their families and communities.

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