Chinese Farm systems for Africa.

African startup to Chinese companies

Gambian startup Farm Fresh is targeting expansion into other West African markets after being chosen to take part in the Make-IT accelerator programme run by the Lagos-based Co-Creation Hub (CcHub).

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African entrepeneurs to Chinese companies

Launched in 2014, Farm Fresh is The Gambia’s first online fresh food e-commerce platform. It partners with farmers across the country to help them find a market for their produce. Users are able to purchase food on the site and have it delivered to their homes 

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Wonder women grow vegetables and each other

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A gardening project has grown into a sustainable food source for families in the Valley of 1 000 Hills.

ONE woman’s dream of helping to empower others has grown and flourished in 10 years and now ensures that more than 250 people have food in their bellies before they go to bed at night.

Ten years ago, Lydia Hlope started feeding more than 150 adults and children in the KwaNyuswa area with vegetables from a community garden they named Yenzanathi Community Upliftment Project in the Valley of 1 000 Hills.

Those who work in the garden receive vegetables to take home to their dependants.

Watering the seedlings was a big problem for the elderly gardeners as the only source of water was a spring and a small stream, forcing the gogos to carry watering cans for a considerable distance to and from the stream.

Since the installation of the two big JoJo tanks, the water is now fed to several watering points in the garden where the watering cans are easily filled.

Bernardine Hay, a member of the Federation of Women’s Institutes, heard about the garden project and approached the Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW) in London for financial assistance to buy water tanks and irrigation piping.

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