PBS reports on One Acre Fund

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This week, PBS’ Newshour featured the One Acre Fund and their work helping small farmers in East Africa. The organization supports farmers by providing them with credit, good-quality seeds and fertilizer, and insurance.

Maurice and Joyce Soita were able to send their four children to school after becoming One Acre Fund members. (Photo credit: Fred de Sam Lazaro, PBS)

The report on the One Acre Fund is part of the Food for 9 Billion project, which looks at the challenge of feeding the world in a time of social and environmental change.

Click  here to read the story and watch the full report.

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