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Crescentia Mushobozi – Viable, Tanzania

Tanzania’s 58 million people grapple with over 30% food insecurity. Our innovative technology offers disease-free potato seedlings to improve nutrition, empower farmers, create jobs, and promote sustainable farming for food security and environmental preservation.

Pelkins Ajanoh – CassVita, Cameroon

Technology to extend cassava shelf-life, produce grain alternatives, and empower smallholder farmers by minimizing post-harvest loss and providing access to global markets.

Martin Dainbaquee – Eco-Friendly Incubator, Sierra Leone

Enhances poultry production sustainably with eco-friendly incubators, producing premium-grade feeds, & implementing a crossbreed chicken system. Empowering local farmers through training & aim for long-term growth & prosperity in rural communities.

Jannifer Muthike – Dudu Masters, Kenya

Dudu Masters helps African small-scale farmers with organic waste management, insect farming for fertilizer and protein, and provides training to schools and vocational centers.

Margaret Wanjiku – Pollen Patrollers, Kenya

Helps small-scale farmers & beekeepers improve food security by providing smart devices to monitor hive health, offering actionable insights through IoT and AI technology, and facilitating precision pollination.

Tafadzwa Chikwereti – eAgro, Zimbabwe

eAgro is an agritech startup in Zimbabwe and Zambia using AI and satellite tech to help small farmers increase productivity and access credit through their products Cropfix and Cred-farm.

Andriatsitohaina Hasina Henintsoa – Mad’Arom, Madagascar

Cultivates unique aromatic plants in Madagascar with small-scale producers. Training producers in agroforestry, collect plants, and produce essential oils for export or local sale, aiming to enhance Madagascar’s distinct products.

Imani Bora – Hatchplus, Rwanda

Solar-powered egg hatching stations and AI-driven support services to boost local poultry production in Africa. They address challenges faced by smallholders, offering affordable chicks and personalized farming guidance through a user-friendly system.

Patience Ben – Farmavi Agro, Nigeria

An agritech startup that converts agricultural & wood waste into valuable products like edible mushrooms, biofertilizer, & animal feed, using tissue culture biotechnology to enhance food security.

Yohan Gallet – Sealife Organics, Mauritius

A new eco-conscious company in Mauritius, is the island’s first indigenous agriculture biotechnology firm. They focus on capturing onshore algae to develop environmentally-friendly agricultural inputs that enhance crop performance and grower profitability.

Patrice Wachira – Patvention Ltd, Kenya

Builds beehives from recycled plastic waste. Farmers use the beehives to engage in modern beekeeping for crop pollination and extraction of bee products such as honey and bee venom

Ikenna Nzewi – Releaf Africa, Nigeria

Releaf optimizes Africa’s agricultural supply chain using proprietary tech, aiming to make food abundant and profitable by addressing inefficiencies like fragmented supply chains.

Lawrencia Kwansah – Dent Agrisystems, Ghana

Dent Agrisystems empowers poor urban households in Ghana with their environmentally sustainable Aquaponics Hub. This solar-powered, IoT-integrated system makes it easy for anyone to farm fish and grow hydroponic vegetables.

Esther Kimani – Farmer Lifeline Technologies, Kenya

Farmer Lifeline Technologies helps Kenyan farmers to get ahead of pests and pathogens with a proprietary crop disease detection device that leverages solar-powered cameras, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, and Machine Learning.

Best Food Solutions – Eloge Niyomwungere, Burundi

Best Food Solutions processes chillies into oil, powder, and dried chillies for local and export markets. They revitalise Burundi’s chilli industry by supporting smallholder farmers with quality inputs and guaranteed offset.

Julio Chilea – Kepya Marketplace, Angola

Kepya is an agribusiness innovation hub with a network of rural shops and an online platform. They are improving rural livelihoods by bringing agricultural services and products to smallholder farmers in Angola.

Nancy Iraba – Healthy Seaweed Cafe, Tanzania

Healthy Seaweed Cafe in Zanzibar boosts local seaweed consumption and empowers women farmers by creating nutritious seaweed products like Seaweed Gel, Lettuce, Powder, and Processed Raw Seaweed.

Seynabou Dieng – Maya, Mali

Maya is a food processing company in Africa that partners with small-scale farmers to produce grocery store items using local ingredients. They aim to promote African-made food, support local agriculture, and improve farmers’ livelihoods.

Denish Ogwang – Fidena Agri, Uganda

Fidena Agri transforms market waste into organic fertilizers, organic pesticides, and bio-mass briquettes.

Mark Musinguzi – Hya Bioplastics, Uganda

Hya Bioplastics converts agricultural waste into biodegradable packaging for food and fruit, offering sustainable alternatives to plastic across Africa while supporting local farmers.

Yvette Tetteh – Pure and Just Food, Ghana

Pure and Just Food processes fresh fruit into dried snacks, creating jobs, boosting incomes, and reducing waste. They sell their Yvaya Farm branded products locally and internationally, while promoting sustainable growth.

Marie Ange Mukagahima – Zima Healthy Group, Rwanda

Founded in 2017, Zima Healthy Group promotes pumpkin’s nutritional benefits and creates jobs for youth and women in Rwanda and East Africa through sustainable pumpkin-based products. They have recently expanded into avocado, sesame, chia and cashew products.

Noël N’guessan – LONO, Côte d’Ivoire

LONO is a biotechnology company in Côte d'Ivoire, converting organic waste into biogas, electricity and fertilizer.

Idoko Nnaedozie – Solaristique, Nigeria

Solaristique recycles broken appliances into solar freezers and coolers. The business builds sustainable energy solutions and eco-friendly products for diverse sectors, focusing on waste collection, cold storage, and alternative building materials.

Baraka J Chijenga – Kilimo Fresh, Tanzania

Kilimo Fresh connects Tanzanian farmers with buyers for fresh produce, reducing waste and boosting incomes with 35% profit margins.

Chidinma Eriobu – Phronesis Foods, Nigeria

Phronesis Foods processes and packages Ukwa (African Breadfruit) from Nigeria, distributing it globally while promoting healthy eating and addressing food sustainability and poverty.

Costantine Edward -AgriLife Ltd, Tanzania

Sustainable protein for poultry and fish feed using black soldier fly larvae & organic waste, offering cost-efficient solutions while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up-cycling 48 tons of food waste annually.

Diana Orembe – NovFeed, Tanzania

NovFeed transforms organic waste into high-quality, bacteria-based protein ingredients for animal feed, reducing environmental impact and greenhouse gas emissions.

Emanuel Kungu -Afri-EcoFeeds,Tanzania

Afri-EcoFeeds turns food waste into affordable livestock feed, boosting farm productivity and cutting costs for smallholders while reducing food waste in the process. Their feed is sold locally and online, with focus on sustainability and affordability.

Evangelista Chekera – Passion Poultry, Zimbabwe

Passion Poultry provides innovative chick brooding solutions powered by eco-friendly biomass briquettes, along with technical advice and mobile slaughterhouses, supporting farmers from start to finish.

Fily Keita – Agrowomen, Mali

Agrowomen processes local cereals and oilseeds in Mali, creating value-added products like sesame snacks and rice. They sell online, empowering women economically and promoting food security through local consumption.

Gabriel Eze – Rural Farmers Hub, Nigeria

Rural Farmers Hub provides agriservices to smallholder farmers, offering satellite-based crop recommendations and support services to boost yields, income, and resilience to climate change.

Jolenta Joseph – Sanavita Company Ltd, Tanzania

Sanavita processes nutrient-rich crops to combat malnutrition, focusing on Vitamin A and Iron deficiencies, while supporting rural farmers, especially women, for sustainability.

Michael Ogundare – Crop2Cash, Nigeria

Crop2Cash enables smallholder farmers to access credit, receive payments, and obtain agricultural inputs through a transparent platform, using mobile money transactions and USSD technology.

Nana Yaw Antwi-Boasiako – ProSect Feed, Ghana

ProSect Feed offers affordable, high-quality protein feed for poultry farmers, cutting costs by 30%. They buy waste from farmers, providing extra income and environmental benefits while supporting local agriculture.

Alexandre Nshimiyimana – Sanit Wing, Rwanda

Sanit Wing is a Rwandan business that adds value to avocados by producing cold-pressed avocado oil and cosmetics, aiming to reduce post-harvest losses and meet global demand. They target both B2B and B2C customers, offering natural products with zero waste.

Sepenica Darko – FarmerTribe, Ghana

FarmerTribe empowers smallholder farmers in Northern Ghana by providing agricultural inputs, training, and access to markets, aiming to increase their yields and income.

Tracy Kimathi – BARIDI, Kenya

BARIDI installs solar-powered cold rooms for urban meat vendors, preserving over 292,000 kilograms of meat annually while reducing emissions and post-slaughter losses.

Millicent Agidipo Adoboe – Achiever Foods Ltd, Ghana

Achiever Foods manufactures organic turkey berry-based products including Daliha Teas, Powders, Juices, and Spices in eco-friendly packaging.

Fadja Djiou Barry – GoMarkit SL, Sierra Leone

GoMarkit mobile app for access to agricultural products at affordable prices. Improved efficiency in Sierra Leone’s agricultural distribution, reducing food loss, delivery times, & enhancing availability of nutritious produce.

Barhoum Kharbouch – Lombrisol, Morocco

Lombrisol provides organic waste management, agricultural consulting, composting and vermicomposting expertise, bioreactor sales, and AI-powered support for improved seeds.

Moses Katala – MagoFarm Ltd, Tanzania

Magofarm pioneers eco-friendly insect technology to produce affordable, nutrient-rich feed protein, increasing small-scale livestock farmers’ yields while reducing costs

Dexter Tangocci – Integrated Aerial Systems, South Africa

Integrated Aerial Systems provides drone-based agricultural services including enhanced multi-spectral crop monitoring and targeted spraying that reduces costs and increases yields and environmental sustainability.

Daniella Kwayu – Phema Agri, Tanzania

Phema Agri is a digital agriculture investment company in Africa, leveraging technology to de-risk financing for smallholder farmers and increase sustainable food production.

Dysmus Kisilu – Solar Freeze Ltd, Kenya

Solar Freeze rents out solar-powered cold storage units to rural farmers, reducing post-harvest losses by extending produce freshness for up to 40 days.

Brigitha Faustin – OBRI Tanzania, Tanzania

OBRI Tanzania empowers women smallholder farmers in Africa through sustainable agriculture and local sourcing, particularly with our sunflower cooking oil.

Elizabeth Gikebe – Mhogo Foods Ltd, Kenya

Mhogo Foods processes cassava flour fortified with essential nutrients, serving as a versatile 1:1 replacement for maize and wheat flour.

Agnes Kanjala – The Farm, Malawi

The Farm helps Malawian smallholder farmers in the livestock industry with financing, training, and market access, promoting economic empowerment and environmental sustainability.

Paul Matovu – Vertical and Micro Gardening, Uganda

VMG sells Vertical Farms for urban households, maximizing farming in small spaces. They’ve sold 320 units and served 820 households since 2019, continuously improving their models.

Ifeoluwa Olatayo – Soupah Farm-en-Market Ltd, Nigeria

Soupah Farm-en-Market Limited connects smallholder farmers with urban retailers in Nigeria using technology to ensure fair prices and improve food mobility across Africa.

Leah Bessa – Gourmet Grub – DeNovo Foodlabs, South Africa

In 2019 Leah pitched Gourmet Grubb, a high impact, innovative insect ingredient company, focusing on creating dairy alternatives made from ethically farmed black soldier fly larvae. The company has since evolved into DeNovo Foodlabs.

Starlin Farah – Ecodudu, Kenya

Ecodudu is a waste-to-value venture utilizing black soldier fly for protein and organic waste recycling

Bertin Fokou – DITEX, Cameroon

WhatsNear App by DITEX is a Mobile and Web App cutting agricultural transport costs by 50% by connecting farmers with cheap, reliable, fast, and nearby transportation.

Lilian Nakigozi – Women Smiles Uganda, Uganda

Women Smiles Uganda transforms lives through vertical farming. They manufacture affordable vertical farms for urban slums and train women in vertical farming and composting.

Bonolo Monthe – Maungo Craft, Botswana

Maungo Craft transforms Morula fruit into award-winning, preservative-free preserves, fostering an indigenous fruit industry for sustainable growth.

Isaac Sesi – Sesi Technologies Ltd, Ghana

Sesi Technologies has developed a grain moisture reader which assists small holder to prevent crop loss.

Steven Betcha – Ngomalands, DRC

Ngomalands connects landowners with renters for farming, offering essential services and advertising for farmers, alongside partnerships for logistics, counseling, inputs, and equipment.

Job Oyabisi – FarmCorps, Nigeria

FarmCorps is an agritech company deploying scalable agribusiness models for smallholders in sub-Saharan Africa to enhance access to finance and markets, boosting sustainable food production.

Siny Samba – Le Lionceau, Senegal

Le Lionceau enhances local African raw materials’ nutritional value, promoting maternal and infant health, and supporting local organic farmers.

Piwai Chikasha – Alley Capital Group, Zimbabwe

Alley Capital Group does precision agriculture with custom drones for efficient, eco-friendly crop spraying. Their unique, cost-effective systems ensure top-quality spraying, enhancing food security and minimizing farmer expenses.

Affiong Williams – Reelfruit, Nigeria

Reelfruit is the largest Nigerian dried fruit processor, retailing six unique snacks in 250+ locations, including schools, airlines, hotels, and exports to Belgium, Switzerland, and the US via Amazon.com.

Pelkins Ajanoh – CassVita, Cameroon

Technology to extend cassava shelf-life, produce grain alternatives, and empower smallholder farmers by minimizing post-harvest loss and providing access to global markets.

Julio Chilea – Kepya Marketplace, Angola

Kepya is an agribusiness innovation hub with a network of rural shops and an online platform. They are improving rural livelihoods by bringing agricultural services and products to smallholder farmers in Angola.

Bertin Fokou – DITEX, Cameroon

WhatsNear App by DITEX is a Mobile and Web App cutting agricultural transport costs by 50% by connecting farmers with cheap, reliable, fast, and nearby transportation.

Steven Betcha – Ngomalands, DRC

Ngomalands connects landowners with renters for farming, offering essential services and advertising for farmers, alongside partnerships for logistics, counseling, inputs, and equipment.

Crescentia Mushobozi – Viable, Tanzania

Tanzania’s 58 million people grapple with over 30% food insecurity. Our innovative technology offers disease-free potato seedlings to improve nutrition, empower farmers, create jobs, and promote sustainable farming for food security and environmental preservation.

Jannifer Muthike – Dudu Masters, Kenya

Dudu Masters helps African small-scale farmers with organic waste management, insect farming for fertilizer and protein, and provides training to schools and vocational centers.

Margaret Wanjiku – Pollen Patrollers, Kenya

Helps small-scale farmers & beekeepers improve food security by providing smart devices to monitor hive health, offering actionable insights through IoT and AI technology, and facilitating precision pollination.

Andriatsitohaina Hasina Henintsoa – Mad’Arom, Madagascar

Cultivates unique aromatic plants in Madagascar with small-scale producers. Training producers in agroforestry, collect plants, and produce essential oils for export or local sale, aiming to enhance Madagascar’s distinct products.

Imani Bora – Hatchplus, Rwanda

Solar-powered egg hatching stations and AI-driven support services to boost local poultry production in Africa. They address challenges faced by smallholders, offering affordable chicks and personalized farming guidance through a user-friendly system.

Yohan Gallet – Sealife Organics, Mauritius

A new eco-conscious company in Mauritius, is the island’s first indigenous agriculture biotechnology firm. They focus on capturing onshore algae to develop environmentally-friendly agricultural inputs that enhance crop performance and grower profitability.

Patrice Wachira – Patvention Ltd, Kenya

Builds beehives from recycled plastic waste. Farmers use the beehives to engage in modern beekeeping for crop pollination and extraction of bee products such as honey and bee venom

Esther Kimani – Farmer Lifeline Technologies, Kenya

Farmer Lifeline Technologies helps Kenyan farmers to get ahead of pests and pathogens with a proprietary crop disease detection device that leverages solar-powered cameras, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, and Machine Learning.

Best Food Solutions – Eloge Niyomwungere, Burundi

Best Food Solutions processes chillies into oil, powder, and dried chillies for local and export markets. They revitalise Burundi’s chilli industry by supporting smallholder farmers with quality inputs and guaranteed offset.

Nancy Iraba – Healthy Seaweed Cafe, Tanzania

Healthy Seaweed Cafe in Zanzibar boosts local seaweed consumption and empowers women farmers by creating nutritious seaweed products like Seaweed Gel, Lettuce, Powder, and Processed Raw Seaweed.

Denish Ogwang – Fidena Agri, Uganda

Fidena Agri transforms market waste into organic fertilizers, organic pesticides, and bio-mass briquettes.

Mark Musinguzi – Hya Bioplastics, Uganda

Hya Bioplastics converts agricultural waste into biodegradable packaging for food and fruit, offering sustainable alternatives to plastic across Africa while supporting local farmers.

Marie Ange Mukagahima – Zima Healthy Group, Rwanda

Founded in 2017, Zima Healthy Group promotes pumpkin’s nutritional benefits and creates jobs for youth and women in Rwanda and East Africa through sustainable pumpkin-based products. They have recently expanded into avocado, sesame, chia and cashew products.

Baraka J Chijenga – Kilimo Fresh, Tanzania

Kilimo Fresh connects Tanzanian farmers with buyers for fresh produce, reducing waste and boosting incomes with 35% profit margins.

Costantine Edward -AgriLife Ltd, Tanzania

Sustainable protein for poultry and fish feed using black soldier fly larvae & organic waste, offering cost-efficient solutions while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by up-cycling 48 tons of food waste annually.

Diana Orembe – NovFeed, Tanzania

NovFeed transforms organic waste into high-quality, bacteria-based protein ingredients for animal feed, reducing environmental impact and greenhouse gas emissions.

Emanuel Kungu -Afri-EcoFeeds,Tanzania

Afri-EcoFeeds turns food waste into affordable livestock feed, boosting farm productivity and cutting costs for smallholders while reducing food waste in the process. Their feed is sold locally and online, with focus on sustainability and affordability.

Jolenta Joseph – Sanavita Company Ltd, Tanzania

Sanavita processes nutrient-rich crops to combat malnutrition, focusing on Vitamin A and Iron deficiencies, while supporting rural farmers, especially women, for sustainability.

Alexandre Nshimiyimana – Sanit Wing, Rwanda

Sanit Wing is a Rwandan business that adds value to avocados by producing cold-pressed avocado oil and cosmetics, aiming to reduce post-harvest losses and meet global demand. They target both B2B and B2C customers, offering natural products with zero waste.

Tracy Kimathi – BARIDI, Kenya

BARIDI installs solar-powered cold rooms for urban meat vendors, preserving over 292,000 kilograms of meat annually while reducing emissions and post-slaughter losses.

Moses Katala – MagoFarm Ltd, Tanzania

Magofarm pioneers eco-friendly insect technology to produce affordable, nutrient-rich feed protein, increasing small-scale livestock farmers’ yields while reducing costs

Daniella Kwayu – Phema Agri, Tanzania

Phema Agri is a digital agriculture investment company in Africa, leveraging technology to de-risk financing for smallholder farmers and increase sustainable food production.

Dysmus Kisilu – Solar Freeze Ltd, Kenya

Solar Freeze rents out solar-powered cold storage units to rural farmers, reducing post-harvest losses by extending produce freshness for up to 40 days.

Brigitha Faustin – OBRI Tanzania, Tanzania

OBRI Tanzania empowers women smallholder farmers in Africa through sustainable agriculture and local sourcing, particularly with our sunflower cooking oil.

Elizabeth Gikebe – Mhogo Foods Ltd, Kenya

Mhogo Foods processes cassava flour fortified with essential nutrients, serving as a versatile 1:1 replacement for maize and wheat flour.

Agnes Kanjala – The Farm, Malawi

The Farm helps Malawian smallholder farmers in the livestock industry with financing, training, and market access, promoting economic empowerment and environmental sustainability.

Paul Matovu – Vertical and Micro Gardening, Uganda

VMG sells Vertical Farms for urban households, maximizing farming in small spaces. They’ve sold 320 units and served 820 households since 2019, continuously improving their models.

Starlin Farah – Ecodudu, Kenya

Ecodudu is a waste-to-value venture utilizing black soldier fly for protein and organic waste recycling

Lilian Nakigozi – Women Smiles Uganda, Uganda

Women Smiles Uganda transforms lives through vertical farming. They manufacture affordable vertical farms for urban slums and train women in vertical farming and composting.

Barhoum Kharbouch – Lombrisol, Morocco

Lombrisol provides organic waste management, agricultural consulting, composting and vermicomposting expertise, bioreactor sales, and AI-powered support for improved seeds.

Tafadzwa Chikwereti – eAgro, Zimbabwe

eAgro is an agritech startup in Zimbabwe and Zambia using AI and satellite tech to help small farmers increase productivity and access credit through their products Cropfix and Cred-farm.

Evangelista Chekera – Passion Poultry, Zimbabwe

Passion Poultry provides innovative chick brooding solutions powered by eco-friendly biomass briquettes, along with technical advice and mobile slaughterhouses, supporting farmers from start to finish.

Dexter Tangocci – Integrated Aerial Systems, South Africa

Integrated Aerial Systems provides drone-based agricultural services including enhanced multi-spectral crop monitoring and targeted spraying that reduces costs and increases yields and environmental sustainability.

Leah Bessa – Gourmet Grub – DeNovo Foodlabs, South Africa

In 2019 Leah pitched Gourmet Grubb, a high impact, innovative insect ingredient company, focusing on creating dairy alternatives made from ethically farmed black soldier fly larvae. The company has since evolved into DeNovo Foodlabs.

Bonolo Monthe – Maungo Craft, Botswana

Maungo Craft transforms Morula fruit into award-winning, preservative-free preserves, fostering an indigenous fruit industry for sustainable growth.

Piwai Chikasha – Alley Capital Group, Zimbabwe

Alley Capital Group does precision agriculture with custom drones for efficient, eco-friendly crop spraying. Their unique, cost-effective systems ensure top-quality spraying, enhancing food security and minimizing farmer expenses.

Martin Dainbaquee – Eco-Friendly Incubator, Sierra Leone

Enhances poultry production sustainably with eco-friendly incubators, producing premium-grade feeds, & implementing a crossbreed chicken system. Empowering local farmers through training & aim for long-term growth & prosperity in rural communities.

Patience Ben – Farmavi Agro, Nigeria

An agritech startup that converts agricultural & wood waste into valuable products like edible mushrooms, biofertilizer, & animal feed, using tissue culture biotechnology to enhance food security.

Ikenna Nzewi – Releaf Africa, Nigeria

Releaf optimizes Africa’s agricultural supply chain using proprietary tech, aiming to make food abundant and profitable by addressing inefficiencies like fragmented supply chains.

Lawrencia Kwansah – Dent Agrisystems, Ghana

Dent Agrisystems empowers poor urban households in Ghana with their environmentally sustainable Aquaponics Hub. This solar-powered, IoT-integrated system makes it easy for anyone to farm fish and grow hydroponic vegetables.

Seynabou Dieng – Maya, Mali

Maya is a food processing company in Africa that partners with small-scale farmers to produce grocery store items using local ingredients. They aim to promote African-made food, support local agriculture, and improve farmers’ livelihoods.

Yvette Tetteh – Pure and Just Food, Ghana

Pure and Just Food processes fresh fruit into dried snacks, creating jobs, boosting incomes, and reducing waste. They sell their Yvaya Farm branded products locally and internationally, while promoting sustainable growth.

Noël N’guessan – LONO, Côte d’Ivoire

LONO is a biotechnology company in Côte d'Ivoire, converting organic waste into biogas, electricity and fertilizer.

Idoko Nnaedozie – Solaristique, Nigeria

Solaristique recycles broken appliances into solar freezers and coolers. The business builds sustainable energy solutions and eco-friendly products for diverse sectors, focusing on waste collection, cold storage, and alternative building materials.

Chidinma Eriobu – Phronesis Foods, Nigeria

Phronesis Foods processes and packages Ukwa (African Breadfruit) from Nigeria, distributing it globally while promoting healthy eating and addressing food sustainability and poverty.

Fily Keita – Agrowomen, Mali

Agrowomen processes local cereals and oilseeds in Mali, creating value-added products like sesame snacks and rice. They sell online, empowering women economically and promoting food security through local consumption.

Gabriel Eze – Rural Farmers Hub, Nigeria

Rural Farmers Hub provides agriservices to smallholder farmers, offering satellite-based crop recommendations and support services to boost yields, income, and resilience to climate change.

Michael Ogundare – Crop2Cash, Nigeria

Crop2Cash enables smallholder farmers to access credit, receive payments, and obtain agricultural inputs through a transparent platform, using mobile money transactions and USSD technology.

Nana Yaw Antwi-Boasiako – ProSect Feed, Ghana

ProSect Feed offers affordable, high-quality protein feed for poultry farmers, cutting costs by 30%. They buy waste from farmers, providing extra income and environmental benefits while supporting local agriculture.

Sepenica Darko – FarmerTribe, Ghana

FarmerTribe empowers smallholder farmers in Northern Ghana by providing agricultural inputs, training, and access to markets, aiming to increase their yields and income.

Millicent Agidipo Adoboe – Achiever Foods Ltd, Ghana

Achiever Foods manufactures organic turkey berry-based products including Daliha Teas, Powders, Juices, and Spices in eco-friendly packaging.

Fadja Djiou Barry – GoMarkit SL, Sierra Leone

GoMarkit mobile app for access to agricultural products at affordable prices. Improved efficiency in Sierra Leone’s agricultural distribution, reducing food loss, delivery times, & enhancing availability of nutritious produce.

Ifeoluwa Olatayo – Soupah Farm-en-Market Ltd, Nigeria

Soupah Farm-en-Market Limited connects smallholder farmers with urban retailers in Nigeria using technology to ensure fair prices and improve food mobility across Africa.

Isaac Sesi – Sesi Technologies Ltd, Ghana

Sesi Technologies has developed a grain moisture reader which assists small holder to prevent crop loss.

Job Oyabisi – FarmCorps, Nigeria

FarmCorps is an agritech company deploying scalable agribusiness models for smallholders in sub-Saharan Africa to enhance access to finance and markets, boosting sustainable food production.

Siny Samba – Le Lionceau, Senegal

Le Lionceau enhances local African raw materials’ nutritional value, promoting maternal and infant health, and supporting local organic farmers.

Affiong Williams – Reelfruit, Nigeria

Reelfruit is the largest Nigerian dried fruit processor, retailing six unique snacks in 250+ locations, including schools, airlines, hotels, and exports to Belgium, Switzerland, and the US via Amazon.com.

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GoGettaz Finalists 2019-2023

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