I’m really getting into farming in Africa this week. I see so much potential so I want to highlight recent pieces that show the potential, but also the problems. We need entrepreneurs like you to solve these problems for African Agriculture to achieve its potential.
This is how big the African ag opportunity is (and how underrated it is)
By Kyle Schutter
The Gates Foundation recently announced their new grants and more than half are related to training farmers! This is horrible.
You might think: How can I be against training Farmers? I am not against the training. I'm against spending the majority of development money on something which actually doesn't deliver value for the farmers. And is actually harmful TO THE FARMERS.
Check out our blog post if your curious to know why (and what you could be doing instead).
Luni Libes runs Fledge Accelerator and Africa Eats, an investment holding company. He has a fresh perspective that’s worth hearing. I’m sure it will inspire you with new ideas.
Check it out here.
All disruptive innovation is (necessarily) created by swimming upstream. But swimming against the current goes against our basic human desire to mimic others. This blog explores how to swim against the current, a pre-requisite for innovation.
25 Anti-Mimetic Ideas
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If I can get someone to help me I can start that project of pig keeping
Iam also wanted to starting pig farming but I am looking for money for buying land