Africa doesn’t need charity, it needs

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Despite $1 trillion in aid and 60% of its population engaged in agriculture on abundant arable land, more Africans face hunger today than they did 10 years ago.

Africa does not lack capital or resources. It needs Changemakers.

To end hunger

We teach resilient agriculture

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To end poverty

We nurture entrepreneurship

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The four strategies

Through trial and error, we settled on four strategies and devised metrics to measure impact and guide our iterative decision-making.

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Cause Autonomy:

We empower local changemakers providing training, resources, and a global network. We are successful when they leverage the lessons learned and influence local farmers to adopt resilient agriculture.

We developed



Local changemakers trained




have continued to train farmers even without our direct support.

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Multiply Impact

To truly make a dent in the fight against hunger, we cannot afford to grow incrementally. We must achieve exponential growth.


Each changemaker pod trained 65 farming households

CMS reported

7 in 10

household increased income


pods have created consulting businesses of training farmers

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Engage The World

African changemakers are connected to coaches and experts worldwide to amplify their ability to solve local problems and build a global network. This is not a one-way street. Coaches and experts have reported that volunteering has expanded their sense of global responsibility and empathy

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mentors and instructors from across the world


of our changemakers have stayed connected with their mentors and instructors

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Continue Learning

Our process ensures we continue to learn because what worked yesterday may not work tomorrow. We inspect our progress by tracking key metrics and adapting our plans as we experiment and learn more.

We have piloted


initiatives, gathered data and continuously refined our strategies

As we learned more, we have focused on just two areas: Changemaker development for farming and entrepreneurship.

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