Institutions, trusts and foundations

Ripple Effect

We are grateful for the support from our committed institutional funding partners, allowing us to expand our work with farming families.

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Multi-national and umbrella organisations

We have support from various multi-national and umbrella organisations, that help us to create ripples of change in rural Africa.

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Trusts and foundations

We have strong, strategic partnerships with a range of trusts and foundations who provide funding for our work

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Universities and research institutions

We are proud to be associated with a number of leading universities and scientific bodies, with whom we collaborate on research and development projects.

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What our partners say

“The work that Ripple Effect does addresses the issues that arise consistently in my research findings: the importance of listening to farmers, supporting farmers in their own innovation, knowledge exchange versus information transfer, and the importance of addressing social marginalisation. This, combined with their attitude of learning, critical reflection and evidence-driven programming, are potent in creating positive, effective change in the lives of farmers.” Graduate Institute for International Development, Agriculture and Economics, University of Reading, UK Dr Sarah Cardey
Ripple Effect is supporting the aims of AFSA: building the capacity of smallholder famers they work with following a food sovereignty methodology, promoting an agroecological climate positive approach, and strengthening socially just local food systems. I am very happy to be able to support Ripple Effect, as they seek to promote our shared values with more communities.” General Coordinator, Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA) Million Belay
“We have found the general ethos behind Ripple Effect’s work to be an excellent fit with ours and as an organisation, both within the UK and Rwanda offices, the professionalism and expertise amongst the many different team members we connect to, ranks as highly as any we have found elsewhere.” Head of International Dairy for Development, Royal Jersey Agricultural and Horticultural Society (RJAHS) David Hambrook
“Ripple Effect Kenya has worked with integrity, efficiency and has been a highly accountable partner in meeting a number of development objectives critical to improving productivity in African smallholder systems, resulting in improved food and nutrition security, incomes and gender-equitable access, use, control, and management of natural resources.” International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) Professor Zeyaur Khan
“Ripple Effect has been an invaluable partner, contributing to our work in Kenya throughout the whole project cycle, from project design to management and implementation, with the exciting result of generating sustainable impact, for men and women alike.” An Notenbaert Senior Scientist, Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT, Africa Hub An Notenbaert
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