Ghanaian agri-tech startup Farmerline has expanded into Francophone Africa with an official launch of operations in Ivory Coast, deepening partnerships across West Africa and accelerating its commitment to support small scale farmers everywhere.
This year marks a decade since Farmerline was launched by co-founders Alloysius Attah and Emmanuel Owusu Addai, delivering daily voice and SMS agronomic messages to 800 farmers in Ghana’s Ashanti region in their own language through the company’s technology platform Mergdata.
Since 2013, it has collaborated with over 3,000 strategic partners across 48 countries, including government institutions, local agribusinesses, NGOs and food companies who have licensed Mergdata to support and improve the lives of 1.7 million small-scale farmers to date.
In line with Farmerline’s existing model combining local and global industry stakeholder partnerships, well-trained field agents, farm resources, logistics and award-winning digital tools, the expansion will…
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