In August 2014, after facing severe losses as new poultry farmers, a group of university engineering students hatched an idea that would not only save their chickens but that of hundreds of Kenyan smallholder poultry farmers.
Smallholder farmers in Africa continue to face numerous hurdles accessing credit or loans to increase their production. Amongst other factors, partnerships are key to addressing this, but governments need to take the lead, state experts from the sect…
Tenemba Anna Samaké, CEO of MBC Africa, was a jury for the 2019 Pitch AgriHack. In this blog post, she shares her impressions of the contest - and why she believes it is important to support youth and women in agriculture.
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