EAFF is a non-political, non-profit and a democratic apex organization of all Farmers of Eastern Africa. Its role is to voice legitimate concerns and interests of farmers of the region with the aim of enhancing regional cohesiveness and social-economic status of the farmers.

The Federation, apart from voicing views and demands of the farmers on crosscutting issues will also endeavor to promote regional integration of the farmers through trade and good neighbourliness.

The Eastern African Farmers Federation was formed in 2001 and its chapter registered in member counties.

Vision

A prosperous and cohesive farming community in Eastern Africa

Mission

To represent, lobby and advocate for Eastern Africa farmers interests and build their capacities.

Our work

 

Access to certified inputs, market linkages and capacity building to farmers made easy through eGranary digital platform.

eGranary aims to ensure credit and market access and use of Good Agricultural Practise (GAPS) by farmers. A joint mission between EAFF, AGRA and Vision Fund  Kenya on input distribution during the current season has just been concluded and farmers are planting.

 

 


    

Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP) Project

Using the eGranary innovative mobile platform to deliver economic services to farmers in East Africa is a project funded by the World Bank under the missing middle initiative. The Project Goal is to improve the income and living standards of participating eGranary smallholder farmers in Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda. The Project Development Objective is to increase productivity and profitability of participating E-Granary farmers. Anticipated outcomes include:

90,000 smallholder farmers registered onto the platform, Increased market access for smallholder farmers, Increased access to financial services for smallholder farmers, Increased access to extension services for smallholder farmers via mobile phones.

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They include development partners, public institutions, private sector and regional economics.

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