Blog

December 4, 2017

Madame Colly Diouf is a mother of 6, a wife, a business woman, and a myAgro farmer in Senegal. When she’s not working in the fields or caring for her kids, Diouf takes her peanuts to the market to sell… Read more→

November 28, 2017

Enrollment season has begun! One of the most exciting aspects of enrollment time is the myAgro open house. On the day of the open house, or Journée Porte Ouverte (JPO), the myAgro field team welcomes interested farmers to the field… Read more→

November 20, 2017

myAgro’s field team is working hard preparing to prepare for a successful enrollment season. Here, vendors (the majority of whom are women) in Senegal are being trained on how to enroll farmers with myAgro and how to use their mobile… Read more→

November 19, 2017

In rural West Africa, many smallholder farmers are unable to maximize the potential of their farmlands. Even though the average size of a farm in Mali and Senegal is only 5 hectares, the chronic shortage of labor and a short… Read more→

November 16, 2017

Nassoun is a farmer living in the Kadiolo region of southern Mali. Before joining myAgro, she was one of the many female farmers who did not use fertilizer on her peanut field. It was simply too hard for her to… Read more→

November 6, 2017

Diakaridia is a farmer and myAgro vendor in the district of Niena in southern Mali. Before myAgro began offering sorghum, he had grown it on his own. Unfortunately, his sorghum harvest was never enough to feed his family year-round. When… Read more→