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How we work with governments
to drive scalable climate action

African Governments need scalable ways of supporting smallholder farmers to quickly adapt to the effects of climate change, while also adopting new ways of farming, that are sustainable and ensure food security.


Partnership with the Ministry of Food and Agriculture to...


 support the distribution and retail of agro-inputs to smallholder farmers

Leverage Farmerline's Mergdata technology to improve extension services monitoring and reporting, with a major focus on climate-smart practices and tools


Implement a Computer Assisted Paperless Interview (CAPI) System for Ghana Agricultural Production Survey (GAPS) to monitor and track policy initiatives in agriculture and access real-time insights on programmes



Partnership with the Africa-Korea Agtech Innovation Challenge by the World Bank to support the  Kenyan government on the “One Million Farmers Platform” to enable smallholder farmers to leapfrog their current constraints and improve their yields, incomes, nutritional status, and climate resilience


A tripartite partnership with IFDC - providing market information systems and smart apps for the education of actors on best practices. The Ministry of Agriculture is using the MIS tool as its key platform for market information dissemination

Farmerline developed a Market Information System (MIS) and Learning, Training and Knowledge Information System (SIFT) for the "Communal Approach for the Agricultural Market in Benin - Phase II" (ACMA II), funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Benin.


The MIS platform disseminates market price information to actors/subscribers through voice (in 7 local languages) and SMS, allowing near-real-time communication in groups, and facilitating the marketing and sale of products.


Currently, there are over 11,000 subscriptions receiving weekly voice call with market prices.



Transforming Weather Water data into value-added Information services for sustainable Growth in Africa (TWIGA) is a sponsored project by the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation grant with a consortium of 18 partners in Europe and Africa.


The overarching goal of TWIGA is to provide actionable geo-information on weather, water, and climate in Africa through innovative combinations of new in situ sensors and GEOSS and Copernicus data. TWIGA expects to reach 12 million people within 4 years based on sustainable business models.

With services for Agriculture, Insurance, Energy, Drinking Water, and Disaster and Natural Hazard Management, TWIGA contributes to almost all Sustainable Development Goals, and especially to SDG 9 to 'Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation'.

Farmerline is providing technology for last-mile delivery of climate information and insurance services to smallholder farmers

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