Naledi Magowe, a young female agri-tech entrepreneur, shares her experiences of building her start-up Brastorne Enterprises and the increasing impact her mobile app mAgri is making in Botswana and plans for expansion.
A Botswanan start-up is breaking the barriers to digital technologies for rural smallholder farmers. Brastorne Enterprises, a winner of CTA’s 2016 Pitch AgriHack competition, operates a mobile platform called mAgri to improve farmers’ access to i…
Livestock production is of major socio-economic importance in ACP countries, contributing significantly to peoples’ livelihoods while playing a key role in food security and rural development, often with a critical socio-cultural dimension.
Under the VALUE4HER project, AWIEF is hosting a two-day free training workshop on “Financial Management: Measuring and Growing Business Performance” for women in tech and agribusiness, in partnership with Botswana Innovation Hub (BIH).
CTA is a joint institution operating under the framework of the Cotonou Agreement between the ACP Group of States (Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific) and the EU Member States (European Union). CTA is funded by the European Union.