B2R Farms is committed to mobilizing a new generation of young, educated leaders to become agriculture entrepreneurs and trainers of Foundations for Farming.
Encourage Careers in Agriculture
B2R provides training and career opportunities for university graduates and high capacity young leaders to champion FFF and launch their careers in agriculture.
Help Small Holder Farmers
B2R introduces the practices and principles of FFF to small holder farmers to significantly improve the environment, crop yields, personal income and quality of life.
Build Export-Driven Business
B2R seeks to become a catalyst in the development of a profitable horticulture export and commercial farming industry in Rwanda.
“Our goal is to build a movement that empowers smallholder farmers to make a profit and equips the next generation of agriculture entrepreneurs to build job-creating, export-driven businesses.
University of Rwanda Partnership
In partnership with the University of Rwanda, B2R Farms hosts an internship program that helps university graduates gain practical experience and launch their careers as agriculture trainers, farm managers and entrepreneurs.
Horticulture Research Farms
B2R Farms has transformed its demonstration farms into horticulture research centers to produce profitable, exportable commercial crops using FFF principles and to encourage the growth of Rwanda’s commercial farming industry and exports.
Agriculture touches more lives
than any other sector in Africa
of the country’s Gross
Domestic Product and
Domestic Product and
of Rwandans (over 1.7 million households) are engaged in small-holder farming for the purpose of feeding their families.
What is Foundations For Farming?
Foundations for Farming (FFF) is a simple, low cost conservation farming method specifically designed to help smallholder farmers make a profit and improve their lives. The method was developed in Zimbabwe over the last 30 years by Brian Oldrieve and Craig Deall, faith-driven Zimbabwean farmers. In recent years, FfF programs have been introduced in countries across Africa as a means of reducing hunger, poverty and dependency.