Supporting Smallholder Farmers in Africa, from Seed to Sale

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How we support Smallholder Farmers


Social Commerce

Powered by youth and women keen to participate in the digital economy, delivering farm fresh produce to their community. Free to join
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Bulk Buyers

We connect farmers direct to markets and reduce inefficiencies across the food supply chain and post-harvest losses
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Crowd Funding

Giving you an opportunity to fund, impact and increase smallholder farmers productivity and progress towards SDGs
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The team that stands behind ifarm360

OUR Team

Milka Owuor

Chief Executive Officer

Derrick Gakuu

Chief Technical Officer

Astrid Knoblauch

Chief Investment Officer

George Ian

Business Development Executive

Jakob Kisker

Chief Product Officer

Frederick Juma

Chief Agronomist

George Ian

Business Development Executive

Joseph Otieno


Evance Kure

Community Engagement Officer

Evance Kure

Community Engagement Officer

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Farmers are winning

“For the longest time, here in Molo, we planted potatoes but getting markets was a big challenge. Now with ifarm360, we can now sell more and farmers here are happy,” says Kinyanjui, one of the potato farmers we serve in Molo, Nakuru County.

Kinyanjui is part of a smallholder farmer group that primarily farms potatoes as the core economic activity. From their small farms they have been bale to take children to school, improved their homes and resiliently contributed to the economic growth of Nakuru county.

However, accessing guaranteed, timely and structured markets has been a challenge leaving them exposed to exploitative middlemen.

With a 360 approach to commercial farming, we are ensuring that farmers access quality inputs, technical know-how and markets to enable them to compete in the market, promote food security and improve their economic status.

We want to ensure that these farmers are the biggest beneficiaries of the decade-long $1 trillion food economy.
Powering food security, Together!