Discover the panel of judges, companies, and services offered by the 22 finalist start-ups who successfully pitched at The African Green Revolution Forum(AGRF) 2019 in Accra, Ghana.
Pioneering technology in the Caribbean is aiming to help financial institutions make better farming investment decisions in order to provide unbanked farmers with credit. In a first for the Caribbean, blockchain technology will soon be used to create an alternative credit score for Jamaican farmers who want to increase their bankability.
Accra, Ghana, 6 September 2019. Seven young agricultural entrepreneurs, including four women, were awarded today for digital innovations during the closing plenary at the African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) in Accra.
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