EFF works within a strong ecosystem of stakeholders that include Export Trading Group (ETG) as its primary commercial partner; development financial institutions such as IFC, AfDB and the World Bank; international donors such as USAID; corporate foundations such as innocent foundation UK; and diverse platforms and forums on agriculture in Africa.

In collaboration with our partners, EFF is laying the groundwork for local market economies, increasing access to inputs, credit and markets, and training smallholder farmers to meet the quality and reliability requirements of the commercial market. With an eye on long-term sustainability, EFF helps farmers move beyond subsistence farming, improving domestic economies across Africa and the global marketplace.


Agricultural Productivity: Enhance agricultural productivity through sustainable and climate-smart practices, improved access to quality seeds, fertilisers, and modern technologies, and training for small-scale farmers. b. Irrigation and Water Management: Promote water conservation techniques, efficient irrigation systems, and integrated water resource management to ensure a reliable water supply for agriculture. c. Diversification: Encourage crop diversification to enhance food availability and household nutrition by promoting the cultivation of smart food crops and high-value crops for increased income generation. d. Storage and Distribution: Strengthen post-harvest management and improve storage infrastructure to reduce household food losses; and promote efficient aggregation systems for improved inputs distribution and access to markets. e. Market Linkages & Financial Services: Support the establishment or farmer cooperatives/ organisations for effective produce aggregation and market linkages, and provide technical assistance to enable small-scale producers to access domestic and international markets and financial services, fostering income generation and economic growth. f. Skills Training and Capacity Building: Facilitate agronomic training, entrepreneurship development, and business management skills to enhance the capacity of smallholder farmers and communities to generate sustainable incomes.
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