All Smallholder Farmers Prospering in an Interconnected Digital World

The majority of the world’s 1 billion farmers live and work on farms of less than 2 hectares, and 80% of people in low-income countries rely on crops from small-scale farms.

Since 2012, AgriFin has worked with a global network of over 70 partners to help them reach 3.5 million farmers across Africa and Asia. The AgriFin model supports the design, test and scale of high-impact digital solutions for smallholder farmers. Through purposeful bundling of products and services, AgriFin leverages the power and prevalence of mobile phones to build farmer resilience and boost their harvests and incomes. Now, as population growth and climate change collide to create new challenges for farmers worldwide, AgriFin is building on its financial inclusion and market facilitation expertise to partner with organizations like NASA to develop digital tools that will adapt to a changing climate.

Headquartered in Kenya, AgriFin is leveraging Mercy Corps’ global team of 5,500 staff across 44 countries who partner with communities, corporations and governments to transform lives around the world.

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Digital Climate Smart Agriculture

AgriFin recently released its sector learning playbook for “Digital Climate Smart Agriculture” – (D-CSA), but what does it mean? Read the Playbook here. The people most likely to lose significant…

The Libra Opportunity for Smallholder Farmers

Can Cryptocurrencies Bring Smallholder Farmers into Formal Financial Systems? This is Part One of our 3-part blog series, exploring the ways in which Libra could be deployed to smallholder farmers…

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Building Zambia’s First Digital Financial Services Platform for Smallholder Farmers

Mercy Corps’ AgriFin Accelerate program worked with the Zambia National Commercial Bank (ZANACO), as an innovation partner by developing a farmer-centric product, business modelling, and brokering relevant partnerships to launch…

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