Capital Constraints on African Agriculture %Source: SCOPEinsight, “Mainstream Agrifinance: Enable producer organizations to invest their way out of poverty.” Compliments of AGRA: CIA - world-factbook, Central bank of Congo, Central bank of Nigeria, Central bank of Kenya, Central bank of South Africa; BCEAO – Annual Report 2008
Food Security & Nutrition PortfolioNew lending window for Root Capital, financing SMEs all along domesticand regional agri-food value chains. This will deepen our impact:•Impact for Rural and Agricultural SMEs• Impact on Smallholder Farmers as Producers• Impact on Smallholder Farmers as Input Consumers• Impact on Low-income Africans as Food Consumers
Value Chain for Staple Crops and Inputs PH-Handling & Inputs Production Distribution Processing Seeds & Plant Material Smallholder Farmers Granaries Wholesalers Nucleus Farmers/ Soil Health Warehousing Franchisors Out Growers Pest Control Farming Cooperatives Agro-Processing Traders Irrigation SME Farmers Exporters Large-Scale Commercial Machinery Farmers Crop Insurance
ContactsWhere can rural SME finance support your activities or beneficiaries? Contact us:• Barbara Ghansah, Ghana – email@example.com• Diaka Sall, Senegal – firstname.lastname@example.org• Simplice Chigbo, Cote d’Ivoire – email@example.com
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