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Our climate work

Africa has the resources to feed itself, says the World Bank. What threatens the continent’s ability to achieve food security is the climate crisis.

Dry fields in Dere Kebele, Ethiopia
Dry fields in Dere Kebele, Ethiopia
Flooded bridge in Nyamagabe, Rwanda
Flooded bridge in Nyamagabe, Rwanda

Farming families are seeing their land producing less season after season. Failed harvests mean farmers have no seeds to plant next year.

“With Ripple Effect I learned how to grow vegetables around our home. But I lost all the cabbages I planted due to prolonged drought. We have had delayed rains and poor harvests for three years. It never used to be this way.”

Doreen, Pakwach, northern Uganda

80% of our staff come from the countries where we work
They speak with authority on locally appropriate solutions to the climate crisis.

How our work tackles the climate crisis

Making sure the voices of African farmers are heard

The message we’ve sent to the international COP climate conference:

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