Readyguide on the African FaaS Industry

By  |  June 21, 2021

It has been reported that agricultural production has registered highest growth in Sub-Saharan Africa in the past 20 years. But there's a shift in farming habits as the younger population is either finding newer ways to engage with farming or simply moving away from it.

About 60 percent farmer population in Sub-Saharan Africa is small holder farmers. It is said that if the right investments are made into improving farming techniques and input material, Africa could add another 20 percent of grains to the current worldwide output.

With enormous potential and promising returns, more and more technology are venturing into increasing farm produce and farming productivity.

Access our Readyguide on Farming-as-a-Service in Africa with the complete list of funding details.

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