Eastern African Farmers Federation (EAFF)


EAFF

EAFF is a non-political, non-profit and a democratic apex organization of all Farmers of Eastern Africa. Its role is to voice legitimate concerns and interests of farmers of the region with the aim of enhancing regional cohesiveness and social-economic status of the farmers.

The Federation, apart from voicing views and demands of the farmers on crosscutting issues will also endeavor to promote regional integration of the farmers through trade and good neighbourliness.

Farmradio International


Farm Radio

We are the only international non-profit organization focused on using radio to help African farming communities help themselves.

Foscar Mali


FOSCAR Mali

The “Forum des Services de Conseil Agricole et Rural du Mali” (FOSCAR-Mali) acts as the Mali Chapter of the Africa Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services (AFAAS) which is an umbrella network organisation for Agricultural Advisory Services (AAS) in Africa. FOSCAR Mali itself is an umbrella organization of agricultural advisory services (AAS) providers, actors and stakeholders in Mali.

Hort Agro


Hort Agro

Local Professionals in the agricultural and business related field registered Hort Agro Solution Agencies in the year 2010. The objective being to participate actively in ensuring that farmers realize full benefits from their farm produce through value chain approach thus not being locked out of the market because of stringent market requirements and regulations. The earnings would translate into tangible development tools for community and private sector growth and development to increase agricultural productivity and improve citizen’s livelihoods through improved performance of the agricultural technology supply and demand system.

Insti


INSTI

INSTI (Institute for Scientific & Technological Information) is one of thirteen institutes within the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). INSTI has five technical divisions, namely; Communications, Electronics, Fluid Science Division, Geospatial & Information Science and Printing & Publishing Divisions.

Mandate:
To develop a national capacity and capability for efficient and effective provision of scientific and technological information on demand, for the benefit of research scientists, policy makers and industrialists in appropriately packaged form for national development.

Vision:
To become a national leader in making accessible the world's intellectual output of scientific and technological knowledge as well as resource development maps to support Research and Development (R&D) activities in Ghana.

Siaprom


SIAPROM

SIAPROM, established in 2008, is a privately owned animal production vocational Institute based in Uganda, Mukono District, offering first class practical skills training to Farm Managers and Animal Health Assistants.

The institute targets mainly the Ugandan youths of all educational levels and age groups who never made it to higher institutions of learning but would like to pursue a career in Animal Production. Besides farmers, herdsmen and field officers also utilize our services. SIAPROM’ services are career focused, hands on, and tailored to the needs of the farmers and thereby preparing the students for the labor market.

The African Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services (AFAAS)


AFAAS

African Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services (AFAAS) is a continental platform for mutual learning and innovation among agricultural extension and advisory services providers across Africa. The AFAAS’ goal is to enhance utilization of improved knowledge and innovations for improving productivity oriented towards individual and national development objectives. AFAAS operates through multi-stakeholder country fora that embrace public and private actors in the national agricultural innovation systems.

Tucuza


TUCUZA

Local Professionals in the agricultural and business related field registered Hort Agro Solution Agencies in the year 2010. The objective being to participate actively in ensuring that farmers realize full benefits from their farm produce through value chain approach thus not being locked out of the market because of stringent market requirements and regulations. The earnings would translate into tangible development tools for community and private sector growth and development to increase agricultural productivity and improve citizen’s livelihoods through improved performance of the agricultural technology supply and demand system.