Tiyeni stories | The Future of Farming
Changing Malawian agriculture for good
How much it costs to train a farmer
Number of farmers practising the Deep Bed method in 2022
Average immediate and long-term impact on farmers' crop yields
Innovate UK Funding Malawi Trial of Low-Cost Tractor Featuring Lead Batteries and Solar Power for Deep Bed Farming
Read about the amazing women of Tiyeni. Plus our team in Malawi were visited by Alan Dixon and students from University of Worcester, and we start our Green Match Fund campaign.
Please join us for the Soil Regen Summit 2023: Collaborating with Nature which is being held in support of Tiyeni. It starts on Tuesday 14 March.
Lead Farmer, Catherine Soko, increased her yields from 5 or 6 bags to an amazing 70 bags.
Tiyeni helped farmers in the Mutafa area to establish a safe and reliable source of clean water.
Jessy and her husband Elijah are an enterprising couple.