SAFE Africa

 SAFE-Africa undertakes research, advocacy, community action and extension services along agricultural and livelihood value chains, food system elements and outcomes, with the aim of providing empirical basis for transforming and orienting them to provide environmentally sustainable, socially just, healthier and secure food systems and nutrition status to the African populace, especially the underserved women, youth and people living with disability.

Our Mission

To generate evidence-based solutions for a better agricultural production, social and economic inclusion, sustainable food system and healthier diets for healthier and food secure society.

The SAFE Team

We have a well-qualified team of experts who bring considerable experience and expertise in the following socioeconomic areas: • Baseline Survey • Impact Evaluation • Gender analysis • Project Assessment • Performance Evaluation • Community development • Project Reviews • Mid-Term Evaluation • Project End line survey • Stakeholder analysis
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Fredrick O. Achar

MSc (Agric & Applied Economics)

Rosina Wanyama

Ph.D in Agricultural Economics

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Wilfred Omondi

MSc (Agricultural Economics)

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Joab Okullo

MSc (Environmental & Occupational Health)

Racheal Cheptegei

MSc (Public Health)

Safer Continent for All

We envision a safer continent for all through advancement of environmentally sustainable agricultural production systems, and a healthier, sustainable food and nutrition secure population through better food systems,
gender equality and healthier diets

Contact Us

SAFE Africa Limited, University of Nairobi, P.O.BOX 30197-00100, Nairobi, Kenya
Official email address:
Telephone: 0742322296