Farmers Support Initiative's 'Go Farming Campaign' is a public enlightenment programme aimed at encouraging investment in the agricultural sector in developing economies worldwide, The campaign is designed to demonstrate the opportunities for investment in the African and Asian agriculture industry. There are openings for private individuals and companies, worldwide and the UK. There are vast areas of fertile land available in Africa and Asia, but this valuable resource is underused. There are investment opportunities not only for farmers in the production of crops and rearing of livestock, but also in the supply chain. Good quality supplies of seed, fertiliser, and animal feedstuffs are required, as well as importers and exporters of farm produce. FS Initiative acts as a contact point for individuals and companies requiring information about the opportunities available. The Go Farming Campaign was first launched in United Kingdom in 2013 by the Mayor of Stockton-on-Tees, Mayor Lynne Apedaile. The UK launch of the campaign was attended by Farmers from England, rep of British Parliament. Alex Cunningham,MP, bussiness communities as well as Africans living in the UK.