Kuza in News
Better Cotton GIF has partnered with Kuza and launched an online skill development tool for Field Facilitators (FF) in India. The learning platform enables FFs to undertake personalised and self-directed learning with a view to ensure a consistent skill set across Implementing Partners (IPs). The pilot was conducted in Maharashtra and Gujarat with six IPs. As many as 504 FFs participated in the initial roll-out, followed by an additional 134 FFs.
BCI partners with Kuza to provide access to the GAP learning materials through a digital kit that can successfully operate off-grid in even the remotest areas of Mozambique. An entrepreneur from each project site will be trained on providing crop advisory services to farmers using Kuza’s digital toolkit.
Hundreds of millions of new jobs are needed to keep the growing population of sub-Saharan Africa in work and out of poverty. As Covid-19 threatens to devastate economies across the continent, could social entrepreneurs provide new opportunities to make a living – in good times and bad? New research explores the potential of businesses that put the good of society ahead of making big profits.
FtMA Kenya team is using Kuza's Redi Platform to help thousands of smallholder farmers across 12 counties, to overcome challenges in the sector, by identifying and building a network of rural Agri entrepreneurs known as Farmer Service Centres (FSCs)
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Kuza’s ONE Network – a digital platform to connect agripreneurs with farmers and input and output services – enabled Mwangi to learn at her own pace, connect with her farmers and digitally track her business performance.
Kuza conducted a Digital Extension Platform training to County Officials & Farmers in Kitui county as part of the Accelerated Value Chain Development Program-Drought Tolerant Crops, (AVCD-DTC) Phase 2 being implemented in Kitui County with support from USAID under Feed the Future program.
Kuza was invited by the World Bank’s National Agricultural and Rural Inclusive Growth Project (NARIGP), Kirinyaga County, Kenya, to participate in the Inception meeting with other Disruptive Agriculture Technology (DAT) Innovators. This full day meeting was held at the CECs office, County headquarters, Kutus.
Kuza conducted a Digital Extension Platform training to the County Officials & Farmers in Taita Taveta County, Kenya as part of the Accelerated Value Chain Development Program-Drought Tolerant Crops, (AVCD-DTC) Phase 2 being implemented in Taita Taveta with support from USAID under Feed the Future program.