Landell Mills produces films to show how smallholder farmers and artisanal fishermen have benefitted from the Sudan Food Security Programme
Landell Mills has produced a series of 20 short films documenting positive changes in the lives of individual farmers and fishermen who received support from the EU-funded Rural Smallholders Component of the Sudan Food Security Programme (SFSP-RSC).
The Programme, which has received management and coordination assistance from Landell Mills, focusses on rain-fed agricultural production using improved technologies of rain water harvesting and conservation agriculture in Blue Nile, Gedaref and Kassala States; in Red Sea State, the programme is improving vegetable and fisheries production.
The films were made from August 2018 to February 2019 and produced with funding from the EU. The programme has been running since April 2013 with a total budget of €24,850,000 and will end in November this year.
Mahgoub is a sorghum farmer in Kassala who shares how his farming has improved and how farmers associations have helped farmers in accessing improved inputs.
Bagrab, Red Sea
Bagrab is a vegetable grower in Red Sea who talks about how the support he received has helped him to grow his business.
Farmer Field School, Kassala
Farmer Field Schools are empowering women in east Sudan to take on new roles traditionally carried out by men. This has been made possible with the establishment of EU-funded Farmer Field Schools that teach female farmers about the agricultural process.
Find out more about the SFSP-RSC:
Conservation Agriculture Conference organised by Landell Mills recognises the achievements of the Sudan Food Security Programme - Rural Smallholders Component
Landell Mills delivers Training of Trainers Workshop to continue the positive impact of Producer Associations in Sudan
Landell Mills trains NGOs on EU financial management procedures under the Sudan Food Security Programme - Rural Smallholders Component