We bring livelihoods of farmers back to the centre of the food equation

Smallholder farmers are the back bone of food production across Africa, providing up to 80% of the continent’s food supply. Yet these farmers struggle to fully capitalize on their yields and labor. With over 130kg of food lost per capita in Sub-Saharan Africa annually, lack of storage and transparent market linkages squander immense nutritional and economic potential. Nampya Farmers Market provides climate-smart solutions tailored to overcome the interlinked challenges holding smallholder farmers back. Our farmgate micro-ware houses allow farmers to safely store more of their harvest while our integrated mobile-enabled trading platform connects them to stable markets and fair prices. While we aim at building a fair and profitable food system that's needed for everyone's future, we seek to see a democratic agricultural value chain process, making the movement of food smarter and more productive so the population can live in balance with our planet earth. At the end of the tunnel, we are poised to drive a massive positive impact on incomes, resilience, and food security across Africa’s predominant but underserved smallholder farmers. Economic growth and human progress is driven by energy. We deliver the energy in the Nampya Farmers Market way. Dating back a few years back, we are a social enterprise bringing together a wealth of talent, shared values and a strong commitment to combating agrarian distress and food insecurity. What we are and what we do is clear but the way in which we do our business is what sets us apart. The Nampya Farmers Market way is the cornerstone of our business encompassing our vision, values and strategy. It defines who we’re, what we do and we plan to accomplish and it’s the basis for creating a performance culture that achieves our business objectives. At the heart of Nampya Farmers Market way is our Vision – To engage five (5) million smallholder farmers in lucrative agriculture for sustainable agri-food supply chains to deliver business and social value. Our company’s foundation was built on our values and the knowledge that how we achieve results is as important as what we achieve. We conduct our business in a socially responsible and ethical manner. We respect the law, support universal human rights, protect the environment and benefit the communities where we work. We’re honest with ourselves and others. We do what we say will do and we hold ourselves accountable to our work and actions. We trust, respect, and support each other. We learn from and respect the cultures in which we work, embracing a diversity of people, talents, ideas and experiences. We have unwavering commitment to be a good partner with all our stakeholders. We place the highest priority on the health and safety of our workforce and protection of our environment. But above all our values are two new values: Ingenuity and High Performance. These are critical to our collective future success. They will drive delivery in 2025 and beyond. Ingenuity is a skill or cleverness in planning, creation or execution. Ingenuity means we constantly seek new opportunities and use our creativity to find unexpected ways practices to achieve results. Ingenuity simply means we become smarter at what we do. High performance means we’re passionate about achieving results that exceed expectations – our own and those of others. We’re focused on results and destinations and strive to move there with urgency. We have a high degree of initiative and exercise it in our daily actions. We actively align and energize our people in both efforts and commitments. We actively eliminate diversions, bottlenecks and obstacles. We’re committed to excellence in everything we do and we strive to continually improve. Our values represent us both as individuals and collectively align our behaviors to achieve the collective performance to which we aspire. Our strategies at every level are the road map to achieving our vision - To engage five (5) million smallholder farmers in lucrative agriculture for sustainable agri-food supply chains to deliver business and social value. Nampya Farmers Market – The Farmers’ Energy



Rural smallholder farmers enrolled. (84% of are women with an average age of 50)


Food retailers profiled. These include greengrocers (80% are women in age range of 22-39), hotels, restaurants


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