Access to Agricultural Inputs to Address Food Security

Sub-Saharan Africa is the most food-insecure region of the world. It is also the continent with the greatest potential to increase food production to feed its population. Increased food security in Africa is intimately tied to increased productivity of its smallholder farmers. This, in turn, is dependent on farmers being able to affordably access high quality products, services and knowledge.

FSED is working closely with Farm Shop in Kenya - a franchise network of agricultural input shops - to increase smallholder productivity and food security. Once the model is refined and proven in Kenya, Farm Shop plans to scale its approach across Africa.