Ripple Effect


The challenges and opportunities for Ripple Effect Burundi

The impact of Ripple Effect Burundi

Where we are working

Gender and Nutrition Centred Agriculture (GANCA) | 2021 - 2024

With a focus on gender relations, this project is engaging both male and female farmers within households, with the aim of improving family relationships and sharing work more equally. Families are growing more food, and a wider range of nutritious food, with training in diversified agricultural production, improved food storage and conservation. Young people are being engaged with encouragement to set up their own micro agribusinesses.

Food & Income Security for Communities affected by Climate Change | 2021 - 2023

Growing nutritious food all year round and developing resilience to financial and climate shocks. Communities are establishing successful agribusinesses, whilst ensuring equitable access to resources and rejuvenating their land for generations to come.

How our work supports Burundi’s national targets

Our partnerships

Racine de l’Espoir | Project - Youth Enterprise & Agri-business Stimulation project 2019 to 2021

Talk to us

Ripple Effect
Country Director

Gloria Nimpundu

Please speak to me about opportunities for collaboration on programme delivery and partnership, and any media queries.
Ripple Effect
Programme development & funding manager

Vicomte Nkunda

Please speak to me about programme delivery and partnership opportunities.

Ripple Effect Burundi Head Office

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