The AgriProFocus network is an international multi-stakeholder network with Dutch roots representing entrepreneurial farmers, private sector enterprises, governments, knowledge institutions and civil society organisations in the agrifood sector.
We are active in 13 countries in Africa and South East Asia, and link 22.000 agribusiness professionals worldwide. We are the go-to network for innovative entrepreneurs in agricultural value chains, that effectively link agribusiness and development.
+ Change makers showcase portfolio
+ Network maps on specific trends, issues, topics identified by members or donors
+ Business 2 Network matchmaking events and activities
+ Online platform with member profiles and resource databases
+ Member coalitions and member partnerships around identified opportunities
+ Agribusiness Development Monitor
+ Innovation Labs
+ Bottleneck identification and joint analysis of what works and doesn’t work
+ Change Labs on key challenges, with reflection workshops, and scenario planning
+ Putting identified bottlenecks and opportunities on relevant (inter)national agenda’s
+ Joint Campaigns
A dedicated team (see Who to Contact) supports the network and is ready to connect you to 25,000 entrepreneurial people from the agribusiness sector worldwide.We can help you with information, contacts and establish links with (inter)national businesses and organisations in our networks.
Check our FACTSHEET for more information on our plans for 2017!
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Making your own butter - very good investment
your money which you pay for machine, is going to return to you in very short time.
who wants to be dealer of our products ?
OYE bootcamp in supporting youth entrepreneurs!
In supporting youth in agribusiness, our partners SNV partnered with MasterCard Foundation in a project named Opportunity for Youth Employment (OYE) and held a boot camp between 11th-14th September. The bootcamp involved youth from four zones of Tanzania including Southern Zone (Mbeya), Northern Zone (Arusha), Central Zone (Dodoma/Morogoro) and Lake Zone (Mwanza).
The Bootcamp held for 3 days, of which 2 days of learning, networking and study tours to organic fertilizer company and organic manufacturer company. Out of 30 participants, 3 winners were chosen whereby the first winner won a startup kit worth 1 million, second 900,000 and third 800,000 start up kits.
The panel of judges from SNV and AgriProFocus Tanzania Country Coordinator Katarina Mungure chose the competition winner named Elizabeth from Haki Leather Group in Dodoma.
... Read moreKatarina says "youth who attended OYE bootcamp and business plan competition clearly
Moshi Co-operative University (MoCU) prepares a five day training in Managing Crops Business and Electronic - Cooperation in Tanzania, which starts from 25th to 29th of November in Moshi, Tanzania.
The training will focus on current issues, models, successful cases and scenarios based on internet and competitive business environment, managing industrial opportunities, products innovation and more.
The course will be delivered by experienced lectures in industrial and crop business transformation, rural-urban cooperative development as well as collaboration from experienced experts from respective fields and cases.
Who should attend the training; all personnel from Agribusiness, Service provider, NGO's, Company, Farmer's Association and related fields.
Venue;Co-operative Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre at MoCU.
For registration and contact details read the attached file below.
Which means more milk she will give you as a result.
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At EcoLife Foods we make agriculture exciting for youth, lower the risk to do it year round regardless of location, with little soils. We farm in the city..........We are smart.
“Vertical farming at EcoLife Foods is an inclusive technology that promotes growing high value vegetables for both health and wealth. The vertical farms increase productivity per unit area by stacking plants on rails above each other. The rails are made from locally available material. The incorporation of quality soil management techniques, reuse of waste materials such as - polybags, and sub marginal production areas—is encouraged in sustainable systems and lowers cost of production in vertical farming.”
We grow more variety of leafy green produce on less land, using less water, less soils therefore preventing deforestation, conserving water, reducing greenhouse emissions.
Deadline: October 01st, 2017
The Civic Engagement Alliance (CEA) led by ICCO seeks the engagement of a producer to develop and film the documentary (Documentation of three path ways). In close collaboration with the Program Officer, the ICCO team and the teams of the various partner organizations, the consultant is expected to come up with a documentary that clearly answers the questions mentioned in the Terms of Reference.
Assignment Title: Documentation of three path ways
Assignment Dates: Maximum of 3 months (October – December 2017)
Assignment location: Uganda
The budget available for the full process is maximum Euro15,000
For more information, read the attached Terms of Reference
Eddie Krooneman, Policy Advisor and Projectleader Employable Youth in Ethiopia, tells us in about 3 minutes what Woord & Daad does and shares an example of their work in the cashew sector in Bénin and Burkina Faso
Meet the other Dutch member organisations and what they can do for you on THIS PAGE
A new Borrel is planned! (Borrel = social drinks)
The social enterprise 'Green Banana Food Company' invites you to discuss and brainstorm on their business case during an exclusive tasting event!
Again we have interesting and challenging case questions for you. This time we meet up with the social enterprise Green Banana Food Company (GBFC). GBFC is making the traditional Italian pasta healthier, more nutritious, and gluten-free by using green bananas, a fusion of other pulses, legumes and vegetables, all while positively impacting small-scale farmers in Uganda.
Sign up for the event here: http://bit.ly/2wZ36wU
Extra feature: It will be an exclusive tasting event of GBFC's products. Be quick, only limited places available!
How can you help GBFC grow? 3 business case questions will be discussed:
1) Entry market channels
What market channels are suitable to sell GBFC's products? What is the best entry strategy?
2) Brand development (storytelling)
Tailoring main messages to customers why they should buy GBFC's products.
3)... Read more
PORK EXPO AFRICA
2018, SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Pork Expo Africa is Africa’s largest pig/pork industry-specific trade show that brings together pig producers, input manufacturers/traders, pork/pig traders, consumers and industry professionals from around the world for three days of education, innovation, networking and relishing. The event is presented by Pig Production and Marketing Uganda Limited, a private company specializing in trade of pork.
The Pork Expo Africa 2018 will take place in Uganda East Africa from 17th to 19th May 2018 in Mandela National Stadium – Namboole. The event will feature an Exhibition, Training on pig farming, business to business meetings and tasting of various pork dishes. This year’s event includes a special addition; “the live pig show” where different breeds of pigs, feeding regimes, housing floor options, automation of both water and feeds will be demonstrated.
1. Disseminating new technologies and innovations that increase production... Read more
With this website, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs presents the results that the Netherlands, together with national and international partners, has achieved in the field of development co-operation in 2016.
Have a look at this very informative website, with information on country level, countries and themes: http://www.dutchdevelopmentresults.nl/
Making trade and investment flows sustainable is no easy feat in an unpredictable global economy. Climate change is not only leading to long-term drought but also to major flooding. And for truly equitable development to exist, attention must be paid to the disadvantaged position of women and girls. The Netherlands conti
Bajja Fruit farm has ready to plant purple passion fruit seedling. The seedlings are disease resistant, high yielding and matures in six months. They are specifically potted to avoid root stress and ease of transportation.
We also offer delivery to agreed upon locations.
Each seedling costs 1,000/= only.
So don't delay, make your order today and reap from the current rains.
Call: 0785 012 674
WhatsUp: 0704 610 376
Location: Lukaya - Masaka road
Watch this video to see what food security actions the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and partners undertake in developing countries. This video shows the results of the past years as well as questions for the future.
We are pleased to share our latest newsletter, there is a lot of interesting updates!
Through this newsletter, you will read about the agri-finance fair and market linkages event conducted in Muhanga district. You will also learn about the role of financial institutions vis-à-vis agriculture sector as well as some business deals made by the farmers during the fair.
While reading this newsletter, you will learn about the fruitful discussions from the round table meeting on organic certification for horticulture value chain in Rwanda. The participants of this workshop elected the steering committee which will moderate this activity in order to value the organic horticultural products and motivating the farmers as well.
Learn about the success stories from other model farmers, you will be inspired by the success of their farming projects.
Finally, there is also some job opportunities related to agriculture sector!!
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) is
seeking proposals for its Sustainable Agriculture for Sub-Saharan Africa
(SASSA) program to address research challenges relating to the
sustainable intensification of agricultural systems in sub-Saharan
Africa (SSA).Are you interested ?
The INNOVATE Call for Proposals (the Call) is seeking applications from
eligible organizations, companies and institutions:
to pilot a NTF product/service focused on rapid testing and learning
to document through a case study an ongoing or completed initiative
related to NTF.
The initiatives should demonstrate the potential and/or ability of
products, services, or delivery channels that can catalyze and/or foster
the adoption of agricultural innovations. For more info visit http://www.meda.org/innovate-the-call
The United States Agency for International Development, National
Institute of Food and Agriculture is inviting applications for its
Community Food Projects Competitive Grant Program.
The primary goals of the CFPCGP are to:
Meet the food needs of low-income individuals through food distribution,
community outreach to assist in participation in Federally assisted
nutrition programs, or improving access to food as part of a
comprehensive service;for details please email us
The Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) is seeking proposals for its 2018 Research Grants Program that address the resiliency of organic systems to challenges like climate change and/or have economic and social considerations to complement on-farm research. OFRF offers funding for research on organic farming and food systems and the dissemination of these research results to organic farmers and the greater agricultural and research communities