Sulma Whole

Our Solution

The Solution

To address this problem, we invest in farmer data collection and inventory databases by utilizing modern data collection tools and techniques with both qualitative, geospatial and statistical capabilities These databases help us collect and maintain data on a wide range of factors, including:

Farmer demographics

Farm location and size

Crop types and yields

Livestock ownership

Access to markets and finances

Monitoring germination and growth cycles

We utilize this data to improve agricultural services, target development programs, and design effective agricultural policies. It can also be used to track the progress of agricultural development programs and measure the impact of interventions.

How our farmers have

Improved Access to Advise & Support

Farmer inventory data can be used to identify farmers' specific needs and challenges.

Increased Acess to Markets & Finance

We connect farmers with markets and buyers, as well as financial institutions.

Improved Risk Management

We help identify and mitigate risks to farmers' livelihoods and well being.

Improved Decision Making

We help determine which crops to grow, when to plant, and how to allocate resources.