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Agriculture is central to the East African economy, contributing between 24 and 44% of GDP, while also accounting for the livelihood of about 80% of the region’s population. The key to this sector’s growth lies in a shift from subsistence to commercial farming. 

Agriculture is central to the East African economy, contributing between 24 and 44% of GDP, while also accounting for the livelihood of about 80% of the region’s population. The key to this sector’s growth lies in a shift from subsistence to commercial farming.

Agriculture is central to the East African economy, contributing between 24 and 44% of GDP, while also accounting for the livelihood of about 80% of the region’s population. The key to this sector’s growth lies in a shift from subsistence to commercial farming. 

Agriculture is central to the East African economy, contributing between 24 and 44% of GDP, while also accounting for the livelihood of about 80% of the region’s population. The key to this sector’s growth lies in a shift from subsistence to commercial farming.

Regions

Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda & Rwanda

We focus is on the rapidly urbanizing regions of East Africa, specifically urban areas with populations greater than 500,000 in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda & Rwanda. We believe these cities will be the engines driving regional economic growth and social development, in turn, offering tremendous untapped potential for value creation.

Markets

Agriculture, E-Commerce & Retail, Fintech, Healthcare, SaaS, Transport & Logistics

We focus is on the rapidly urbanizing regions of East Africa, specifically urban areas with populations greater than 500,000 in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda & Rwanda. We believe these cities will be the engines driving regional economic growth and social development, in turn, offering tremendous untapped potential for value creation.

Models

Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda & Rwanda

We focus is on the rapidly urbanizing regions of East Africa, specifically urban areas with populations greater than 500,000 in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda & Rwanda. We believe these cities will be the engines driving regional economic growth and social development, in turn, offering tremendous untapped potential for value creation.

Tools

Agriculture, E-Commerce & Retail, Fintech, Healthcare, SaaS, Transport & Logistics

We focus is on the rapidly urbanizing regions of East Africa, specifically urban areas with populations greater than 500,000 in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda & Rwanda. We believe these cities will be the engines driving regional economic growth and social development, in turn, offering tremendous untapped potential for value creation.

Processes

Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda & Rwanda

We focus is on the rapidly urbanizing regions of East Africa, specifically urban areas with populations greater than 500,000 in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda & Rwanda. We believe these cities will be the engines driving regional economic growth and social development, in turn, offering tremendous untapped potential for value creation.

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