Through various agricultural projects, we help people in Africa to produce their own food.

The focus varies depending on the country and the situation of the local people, e.g. for food security in particularly vulnerable communities, as a supplement to existing nutrition programs or for income generation. Common to all projects are knowledge transfer, practical training and support through start-up packages (e.g. seeds, tools or small animals).

Our focus

The challenges that the African population is increasingly confronted with are diverse and complex. One of the best measures to strengthen resilience and overcome challenges is agricultural training. Through these training courses, we empower the African population to provide for themselves and beyond. We focus on the following points:

Fragile supply chains, rising food prices and climate-related droughts are increasingly jeopardizing food security in many countries. We therefore train participants in how they can become self-sufficient using local resources and simple practices. A balanced diet is also important to us.

Community life and work in families, clans and village communities is deeply rooted in Africa. It provides social security and mutual support. However, it also places a duty on the individual to help when an emergency arises in the community. The development and improvement of living conditions can therefore only succeed in the long term if both the individual and the community are involved in the process.

That is why we attach great importance to involving the entire community in each project and training them together in groups.

Because we want our participants to be self-sufficient, we make sure to promote personal responsibility right from the start. This is done, for example, by the participants making part of their property or other resources available for the training sessions. They also often pass on surplus crops as seed for a new group, or give away the first litter of their goats.

The climate is obviously changing. And Africa is most at risk, even though it contributes the least to CO2 emissions. As a result, conventional cultivation methods often no longer work.

For this reason, we use climate-smart farming methods to save water, prevent erosion and produce organic pesticides and fertilizers. These methods can be implemented independently by the local population in their own context.

Around 75% of the people we support through our agricultural projects in Uganda are women.
In this way, we strengthen and empower women and give them the opportunity to generate their own income.
Investing in women means investing in the future of Africa.

Where possible, we promote market access and thus enable participants to sell their harvest surpluses. This gives them a source of income to buy everyday products (e.g. soap, salt, school fees, etc.). We also convey a basic understanding of savings and investment activities in certain projects.

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Our impact

Thanks to your donations
in 2023, we could achieve around

reach people through agricultural projects.

“In the future, I would like to turn my small store into a wholesale business. I also want to buy a mill to grind porridge so that I have other sources of income besides the store.”

Rosemary Anania

As a graduate of our agricultural training course, Rosemary has now worked her way into self-employment, has her own employees and can provide for her children.

Current projects



SMART is a brilliant catalyst for promoting independence. Through self-sustaining local centers, we support entire communities in developing productive agriculture and more jobs.

Completed projects

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We are convinced that investing in agricultural initiatives is an important way to help Africa help itself. This enables the local population to produce their own food and generate income.