Looking towards The Future

Imagine a continent where surpluses of agricultural commodities are exported to other continents rather than importing food to feed the population. Imagine a continent where youth unemployment is at its lowest ebb due to efficiencies the sector that has created many jobs. Imagine a continent where smallholder farmers, who are in the majority, are leading the drive and transformation agenda of the sector instead of following.

The Challenges

One of the challenges facing the agricultural sector is how to feed the increasing human population amidst the eminent impacts of climate change. The global population is estimated to reach 9 billion in 2050.

Africa is seen as playing a critical role in addressing this. Yet, it’s agricultural sector is engulfed with many challenges especially associated with the activities of smallholder farmers who form the majority. In the midst of such challenges, however, are enormous opportunities for growth that can catapult it out of food insecurity, poverty and youth unemployment.

Support

  • Affordable cost of inputs accessible to farmers
  • Sustainable market development opportunities
  • Efficient private extension systems and advisory services delivery
  • Innovative agricultural solutions using technology
  • Effective youth engagement processes through incubators and accelerators
  • Value chain promotion and share value initiatives including finance and infrastructure
  • Advocacy, education and capacity building programs

The Solution

This will mean more economic growth, more development, more employment and wealth creation opportunities. That is why Agripreneurs Africa exists. Sustainable Agribusiness is the answer. It will drive Africa forward. We need it NOW, more than ever.

Through our activities, we are contributing to the realization of most of the sustainable development goals (SDG 1, 2, 3, 5,12, 13 and 17).

Looking towards The Future

Imagine a continent where surpluses of agricultural commodities are exported to other continents rather than importing food to feed the population. Imagine a continent where youth unemployment is at its lowest ebb due to efficiencies the sector that has created many jobs. Imagine a continent where smallholder farmers, who are in the majority, are leading the drive and transformation agenda of the sector instead of following.

The Challenges

One of the challenges facing the agricultural sector is how to feed the increasing human population amidst the eminent impacts of climate change. The global population is estimated to reach 9 billion in 2050.

Africa is seen as playing a critical role in addressing this. Yet, it’s agricultural sector is engulfed with many challenges especially associated with the activities of smallholder farmers who form the majority. In the midst of such challenges, however, are enormous opportunities for growth that can catapult it out of food insecurity, poverty and youth unemployment.

Support

  • Affordable cost of inputs accessible to farmers
  • Sustainable market development opportunities
  • Efficient private extension systems and advisory services delivery
  • Innovative agricultural solutions using technology
  • Effective youth engagement processes through incubators and accelerators
  • Value chain promotion and share value initiatives including finance and infrastructure
  • Advocacy, education and capacity building programs

The Solution

This will mean more economic growth, more development, more employment and wealth creation opportunities. That is why Agripreneurs Africa exists. Sustainable Agribusiness is the answer. It will drive Africa forward. We need it NOW, more than ever.

Through our activities, we are contributing to the realization of most of the sustainable development goals (SDG 1, 2, 3, 5,12, 13 and 17).

We aim to improve:

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Low access to capacity building

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Poor pest management

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High costs of inputs

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Poor youth engagement processes

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Low use of technology and innovation

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Lack of finance

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Low production output

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Poor record keeping

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Poor infrastrucure and logistics

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Poor market access

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High post-harvest losses

Inspire

We inspire, educate, train, coach and mentor the youth and women to create innovative and sustainable agribusiness enterprises.

Supporting Market Development

We support the development of marketing linkages of all agricultural products.

Production

We support quality production and capacity building initiatives of smallholder farmers

We support quality production
and capacity building initiatives
of smallholder farmers

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Australia Office: + 614 787 185 31
Enhancing Quality Food Production, Enriching Lives
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