There is strength when we come together.

Most people don’t have interest of investing due to “insufficient capital”.
But what if people in the city pull funds together and invest in rural farmers and take part in the profits at harvest time. Wouldn’t it boost production, cut down the country’s import bill on Garlic, and make more money for both the investors and farmers?
This business model is called crowd farming and it’s a trend that could likely transform the face of agribusiness in Africa. Saumu Empire Company limited in Kenya launched an online platform of crowd farming called GTrade . To learn more visit
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