Click to enlarge

We loan because...
When farmers improve their harvests, they pull themselves out of poverty. They also start producing surplus food for their neighbors. When farmers prosper, they eradicate poverty and hunger in their communities.

One Acre Fund is growing quickly and we are proud to soon represent Africa’s largest network of smallholder farmers. By 2020, we will serve at least 1 million farm families - with more than 5 million people living in those families. And our farmers will produce enough surplus food to feed another 5 million of their neighbors.

This is only the tip of the iceberg. When millions of farmers speak with one voice, we can more effectively pursue collaboration together with government and the private sector to broaden our reach.

Location: Bungoma, Kenya       Team website


Latest Messages  

67 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!

Team Activity

  • Peter's Group
    Peter's Group received a loan from Kent to purchase a solar light and gain access to cost efficient hybrid seeds and fertilizer for maize cultivation.
  • Manjano Foundation
    Manjano Foundation received a loan from KIMIHIKO to train 500 Tanzanian women in entrepreneurship and cosmetic sales so they can raise their income beyond $1/day.
    $21,325 to go
    Lend Now
  • Godofredo
    Godofredo received a loan from Lise to pay for repair of his fishing nets.
    $775 to go
    Lend Now
  • Paquito
    Paquito received a loan from Lise to purchase bags of cement and additional hollow blocks for house repairs.
    $450 to go
    Lend Now
  • Tình
    Tình received a loan from sandra to purchase books, school supplies, a bicycle and pay school fees for her children.
  • Ngeleno Women Group
    Ngeleno Women Group received a loan from sandra to buy poultry and dairy feed to boost production and income to provide for school fees, clothing, better shelter, and a good diet for her family.
    $1,825 to go
    Lend Now
  • Amakamono Group
    Amakamono Group received a loan from sandra to buy traditional pagne [bright West African cloth] to stock and sell.
  • Kalsada
    Kalsada received a loan from KIMIHIKO to purchase fair-trade coffee from 290 Filipino smallholder farmers, boosting their incomes by 60%.

Impact   Updated Hourly

Team Members
Amount Loaned
Loans per member

Rankings In Field Partner Fans Category

#1 for New Users (This Month)
#2 for New Users (Last Month)
#2 for Amount Loaned (All Time)
#1 for Amount Loaned (This Month)
#1 for Amount Loaned (Last Month)