Inspirefest 2016 speaker Jamila Abass describes the agricultural supply chain in Kenya as long, inefficient and very painful.
This is why she was driven to create M-Farm.
In late 2010, she and her co-founders started out with a simple, novel idea: to bridge the information gap between farmers and buyers.
They didn’t just want to get the two talking, but also to give the farmers “accurate, reliable and actionable” information.
Words by Elaine Burke