Sustainable Energy for Smallholder Farmers (SEFFA) Increasing productivity and value-addition can be one of the most relevant means to improve smallholder farmers livelihoods and increase their resilience to climate change impacts. Meanwhile using renewable energy technologies contribute to emissions reduction. With support from IKEA Foundation, EnDev's SEFFA Innovation Fund with a budget of EUR 8 million will promote productive use of renewable energy projects in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda with a special focus on women and youth. Supporting the Productive Use of Energy (PUE) in agricultural value chains to increase productivity and value-addition can be one of the most relevant means to improve smallholder farmers livelihoods and increase their resilience to climate change while contributing to GHG emissions reduction. In January 2021, the IKEA Foundation in partnership with EnDev began promotion of PUE in the dairy and horticultural value chains in Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda with a total budget of EUR 8 million. The project will run until end of 2023 and focuses on the establishment of scalable business cases and cross-country learning, using PUE technologies that provide affordable energy services to smallholder farmers.