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Partagria is an incubation platform to connect West African small and semi-industrialized farmers to global markets.

We generate significant economic and social impact for rural areas by enabling small farmer communities and cooperatives, as well semi-industrialized farmers, to become better entrepreneurs and to participate in the global economy. We accomplish this goal through our platform operating model, which is scalable across the region, as well as ventures (Africa Nut Exporters and Majota Natural) following a similar model that we launched.

Improve Yields and Quality:

  • Accompany small and medium farmers to improve crop planning, cultivation harvest and post-harvest practices to achieve exportable products.
  • Offer expert agronomic support, training, crop management and co-financing of inputs

Connect to Global Markets:

  • Provide marketing, conditioning to international standards, and logistics to enable exports of produce directly to global customers
  • Develop processing facilities to transform raw vegetables, fruits and nuts into higher-value food products

Provide Transaction Security:

  • Serve as a trusted transaction intermediary both for farmers and clients
  • Guaranteed buyer with local presence and trust of farmers and agricultural cooperatives
  • Quality control, certification, processing, and seed-to-market traceability for international clients
  • Provide a non-cash platform for unbanked and often illiterate farmers

Connect to Impact Capital:

  • Enable a social finance instrument with concrete social benefit while generating an economic return for the investors
  • Serve as a platform to make the investments impactful, transparent, and visible while ensuring high performance

We created the first operating unit created in the region near the cities of Saint-Louis and Richard Toll in Senegal, in addition to products being sourced directly from producers. Over the past two years, we’ve executed a number of pilot projects in Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire and successfully incubated two new food value chain businesses.