IMPACT

For more information about our Impact please download our Impact Report 2017  This document provides information on how our model acheives impact and our plans to scale out to 1.5m farmers by 2020.

OUR WORK HAS IMPACTED

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FARMERS AND THEIR FAMILIES SINCE 2009.

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OF FARMERS DIVERSIFIED INTO A NEW ON-FARM ENTERPRISE

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INCREASE IN INCOME FOR FARMERS RUNNING ADDITIONAL ENTERPRISES.

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OF FARMERS WITH A NEW ENTERPRISE REPORT IT IMPROVED INCOMES

DEMOGRAPHICS

EACH FARMER IS EARNING

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($5 PER DAY HOUSEHOLD INCOME BASED ON AVERAGE SIZE OF 4)

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OF WOMEN IN NETWORK

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AVERAGE AGE OF FARMERS.

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OF YOUTH (UNDER 40) IN THE NETWORK.

FINANCE

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DIRECTLY INVESTED

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OF PROGRAMME CO-INVESTED BY INDEPENDENT FARMING COOPERATIVES.

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OF TOTAL COSTS ON OVERHEADS.

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INVESTED IN EACH FARMER IN NETWORK

FARMER JOURNEY THROUGH A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE

Case Study : Commercialising Honey

Sireet in Nandi Hills,  Kenya, have long been interested in how to help farmers diversify their incomes. During a Producers Direct event, honey ​cultivation ​was ​introduced ​as ​a ​profitable ​business for  ​small ​plots ​of ​land. To ​start ​off ​this ​venture, ​Sireet invested in sending a ​number ​of ​their ​promoter ​farmers to ​a ​week ​long ​training […]

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Case Study : Luke Metto

In the west of Kenya, spread across the Nandi Hills, the Sireet Outgrower Empowerment Programme’s (Sireet-OEP) smallholder farmers grow, pick and sell their tea. Although smallholders are not generally recognised as innovators, farmers facing poverty, food insecurity and climate change, among other concerns, are driven to develop innovative solutions to these challenges. In this way, […]

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