SEFAA investees must be able to show they deliver measurable, sustainable and substantial benefits to smallholder farmers (SHFs). Either by sourcing crops or animals from them or by providing products and services that enhance SHF productivity or address other challenges in their business eco-system such as lack of finance or access to information or storage. SEFAA defines smallholder farmers as those cultivating less than 2 hectares of arable cropland in favourable or less
than 10 hectares in less favourable areas/regions or managing up to 10 head of livestock
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