Millions of people around the world have little choice but to settle on barren land.


Over the course of 50 years, Haller has developed affordable, scalable and sustainable methods that harness nature to make that land fertile again.


We are helping Kenyan communities to farm the ‘unfarmable’, transforming the prospects for people who call it home for years to come.

Meet Eunice, a successful smallholder farmer living outside of Mombasa, Kenya.


In Kenya 80% of people have access to some form of farmable land. Although the soil is rich and fertile for farming, many plots of land stand empty or with failed crops.

Eunice has found success in maximising her crop yield by using the open-source Haller Farmers App.

Creating an impact across Kenya


Patient treatments delivered


Trees planted by Haller communities


Mombasa communities have undertaken the Haller Journey

Lets change the land and the lives of millions.


Our Work: The Haller Journey

We help smallholder farmers improve water security and revitalise barren soil – kick-starting natural processes that make land fertile, farmable and the foundation for stronger communities. We call this process the Haller Journey.

Water Security

The community digs a dam, bioloo (to protect the water basin) and stone-lined well (in case of drought).


Introducing communities to new sources of nutrition and income.


Using nature to make soil fertile again.

Demonstration Plots

Exploring and demonstrating how to get the most out of land.

Farmer Training

Equipping farmers with the skills to grow their yields and their profits.

A study in 2019 found that earth could support another 900 million hectares of forest, and reduce atmospheric levels of CO2 by 25%. Tree planting isn't the only solution to climate change, but every small step taken collectively starts to make an impact. #regenerativeagriculture