What makes us tick?
Alluvial is currently working to enable over 100,000 farmers across several projects/initiatives in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Ethiopia, Uganda and Rwanda through our innovative Service Delivery Model (SDM) that provides comprehensive support to small farm enterprises and smallholder farmers. This support spans training, technology, land preparation, irrigation, input supplies, and market access within contiguous farmlands in community blocks.
The farmers we work with make an average of $1,000 in profits per hectare per season. This is more than double what farmers outside our network earn.
Our vision is to work with and impact directly 2,000,000 farmers across Africa over the next five years.
At Alluvial, we’re currently striving to develop the continent through our goals
Create and sustain 2,000,000 quality direct jobs, particularly for women and youth over the next five years
Increase adoption of digital solutions in the agriculture sector
Expand access to financial and insurance services for farmers
Drive economic diversification
Contribute to food and nutrition security
Increased security and stability
Provide feedstock for food processing companies
The Alluvial model gives the farmers full control in terms of how to sell their produce and how they are organised as collectives to access our inputs and services. The model increases yield and profitability and certainly improves livelihoods as data will show in the coming months. Several international private and multilateral entities such as Busara Centre for Behavioural Economics, 60 Decibels and International Centre for Tropical Agriculture are currently working with us on Monitoring and Evaluation and Impact Measurement. We have also recently concluded a new partnership with IDH The Sustainable Trade Initiative, a global leader in supporting models of aggregation that provide best outcomes for smallholder farmers.
Where can you find us?
We are building hubs to reach more farmers across the continent in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Ethiopia, Uganda and Rwanda