AMEA recognises that assessment and training alone will not lead to professional farmer organisations which are able to meet market demands and provide value to their members. Additionally, capacity building and technical assistance providers are increasingly incorporating technology into their projects. The Ag-tech Working Group aims to curate and promote potentially disruptive and appropriate Ag-tech that increase farmer professionalism, incomes and promote sustainable production.




The Ag-tech Working Group produces annual editions of the ‘AMEA Ag-tech Guide’. This is a collaborative effort to generate a curated (and member-endorsed) set of Ag-techs that support the objectives of AMEA members, local networks and farmer organizations. The Working Group also hosts regular online dialogues with leading Ag-Tech providers and other relevant stakeholders. These sessions are interactive, informative and open to all!

Ag-Tech Exchange

May 2022

Isidore is a pipeline for higher-quality food production, processing, and delivery in Africa. Isidore's platform (Jinja) offers technology, access to finance, and extension services to agri-SMEs in Sub-Saharan Africa.

April 2022

Foodlocker offers affordable and convenience food by aggregating smallholder produce via a unique omni-channel retail operations.

March 2022

Synnefa partners with farmers to provide them with affordable modern farming solutions to increase efficiency and improve production

October 2021

Emata is a spin-off of fintech company Laboremus Uganda. Their goal is to make farmer financing simple, available and affordable using technologies and big data 

June 2021

Precision Development provides customised and timely information to users via mobile devices. This includes phone-based agriculture extension and other digital development initiatives

April 2021

TaroWorks' mobile CRM and field service app allows clients to collect information, analyze metrics, manage fieldwork and direct last mile business operations in real time. Offline data is also available

March 2021

Kucheza improves the position of smallholder farmers in the value chain by creating an entrepreneurial mindset, increasing financial literacy, and improving collaboration among farmers through game-based learning.

December 2020

hiveonline uses blockchain technology to  help community savings groups (VSLAs) improve record-keeping, transparency and provide  them with a financial history that can shared with Microfinance institutions

October 2020

TruTrade is a social enterprise providing smallholder farmers with a reliable route to market and fair prices. Services include a mobile trading/payment platform, a network of sourcing agents and trade finance

October 2020

SCOPEinsight and partners piloted remote assessments in four countries in sub-Saharan Africa. This webinar with the IFC, Nuru International, and Shelter for Life explains how you can do remote assessments and what to look out for

October 2020

GeoPoll is the leading provider of remote, mobile-based research in emerging markets, providing full-service solutions that answer vital questions throughout Africa, Asia, and Latin America

September 2020

Arifu is a digital content and interactive learning platform which is personalised and free for its learners. Arifu's chatbot is omni-channel and allows both smart and feature phone users to learn via SMS, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger. 

July 2020

Agritask is a holistic ag-operations platform, designed to enable fact-based decision making for agricultural businesses. Agritask analyzes the data, quantifies risks and produces alerts, recommendations and insights. 

June 2020

Hatch CoLab empowers entrepreneurs to build Impact Tech Ventures that solve key challenges and drive sustainable change. Pioneering a new approach to incubation and acceleration programs to build and scale impact tech ventures.

May 2020

Access Agriculture is a non-profit organisation that showcases agricultural training videos in local languages. Access Agriculture promotes the transition towards agroecology and organic farming across the global South.

April 2020

Ignitia is the first and most accurate tropical weather forecasting company. Their forecasting model predicts tropical weather patterns at hyperlocal range.  The forecasts are delivered to West African farmers via SMS

March 2020

BanQu watches products and services move between suppliers, consumers and recyclers in real time. It provides records management and forecasting while connecting people, systems, data, knowledge and resources.

Ag-Tech exchange webinars

working group led by:

CASEY harrison, nuru international