Farming Africa Consultancy
Farming Africa Consultancy is your first step towards an emerging continent. We take you to key partners in Africa. We take care of the promotion of your product on the spot. We visit potential customers and introduce your product on leading African trade fairs and events.
You can also contact Farming Africa Consultancy for a market analysis or to organise your event. From a simple network occasion, a lecture or a debate, to a full trade trip.
Farming Africa Consultancy knows Agriculture. Farming Africa Consultancy knows Africa.
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Farming Africa Media
Farming Africa Media follows agricultural developments in Africa. You can follow us on this weblog. We are always looking for news, photos, films and stories. Even advertising is possible. And please send us your new book for a review.
But Farming Africa Media is more than a blog. We can give a lecture or a talk about the topics on this website. And we have the possibility to promote your company or organization. With a simple ad on FarmingAfrica.net, but also by publishing press releases or brochures about your product or organization.
The backgrounds and expertise of Farming Africa enables us to publish a variety of materials, such as white papers, opinions, interviews, reports, business plans or project proposals.
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Farming Africa is an initiative of Marc van der Sterren. Journalist, with agriculture as specialism and Africa as a passion. He especially has a network and a variety of contacts in East Africa. For more information and opportunities for your business or organization, do not hesitate to contact us.
Africa will become the worlds bread basket. Yes, poverty is widespread.
At least 80 percent of all Africans live in rural areas, with 70 percent depending entirely on agriculture. Most of them depend on a small plot for their daily needs.
The continent, however, owns 60% of all undeveloped farmland. And with some small efforts smallholder farmers can easily double, sometimes even quadruple their harvest. All that’s needed is knowledge and independent information for small scaled farmers.
Farming Africa follows the metamorphose of a continent in need to a continent of plenty. And where it is possible, Farming Africa will contribute.