Since launch April 2020 ​

Our current run rate is rescuing 45,000 vegetable portions per week

Hunger and malnutrition

Rescued vegetable portions: 2 million!

We rescued 200,000 kg which is equivalent to 2 million vegetable portions. 

Continuous operations 6 days a week 

We delivered daily to multiple charities who were in charge of distributing food, giving vulnerable people reliability and a stable diet to keep them healthy.

Climate change

Saved CO2 equivalent: 91.2 CO2-eq!

We rescued 200,000 kg of food and therefore

saved 91.2 ton of CO2-eq.

Less valuable resources gone to waste

This also means that the resources used - land, water, inputs, energy and capital - to produce the rescued vegetables were not wasted. ​

Let's break that down for you

2 million vegetable portions is the equivalent weight of 


91.2 ton CO2-e is the equivalent CO2 emitted from


And our organisation is only getting started!

Our goal is to rescue this same amount of kgs every week in four years time! 

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Impact on communities

  • Improve overall health, nutrition, and immunity of beneficiaries

  • Reduce incidence of stunting and other consequences of malnutrition in children

  • Provide short-term hunger solution for vulnerable Kenyans struggling to stay afloat 

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Impact on the environment

  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by preventing decomposing food 

  • Improve utilization of resources used to produce the food - land, water, inputs and capital - by preventing waste. 

  • Raise awareness about climate change and the impact of food loss and waste.

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Impact on the farmers

  • Offer an alternative to throwing away their unsold products

  • Provide income continuity for farm families and enable farmers to purchase inputs for the next planting cycles

  • Downstream impact for organizations that depend on farmers: irrigation companies, fertilizer suppliers, etc.

Meet Zacheria and Somo, our benificiaries in Mathare Slum!

These boys live in the Joy Divine Children's home located in Mathare slum. 

Somo is known as the "Chief Comedian" of the orphanage. With his witty humor, he aspires to be an entertainer - we were lucky to witness his natural gift! Together with his siblings, he benefits from the fresh greens every week. When we see his high energy thrive, we cannot take for granted how important healthy food is for the growing minds! 

Zacheria is known as the mysterious adventurer; his character shines through the picture. He loves being outdoors, discovering new places and exploring new facts of life as he enters his teenage years. Together with his sister he benefits from our vegetables every week. 

We are happy to support these kids and giving them a chance to pursue their dreams. But above all, allowing them to be 'kids' who do not have to worry about their next meal and enable them to have the energy to grow and play!


Meet Damaris, our Supply Hub Coordinator in Muranga!

Damaris is the Supply Hub Coordinator in Murang'a. She is a farmer herself and also the liaison between Farm to Feed and the farmers in her specific area. Every week she coordinates with the farmer groups in her area to understand the food loss of the week and prepares the load for the weekly pick up. 

The other group members and I had little income of our own, and as a result, little independence. We was even difficult to send our children to school.

With a Farm to Feed Kenya, women are now thriving in their small scale farming. Different women groups proudly told the FTF team that their farming business have given them financial independence and they can now able feed there children.

They tells us that they life has changed in a lot of ways thanks to FTF