Blog

February 12, 2018

In myAgro’s new Mobile Vendor model, vendors are taking over the field agents’ task of mobilizing and enrolling farmers. As vendors take on greater responsibilities, field agents are able to manage six villages instead of the previous four. This higher… Read more→

February 5, 2018

Female myAgro staff members met with female members of the executive team who visited Mali last week, during a panel discussion on women’s leadership and mentorship. The meeting was part of myAgro’s Women’s Leadership Program to encourage female staff to… Read more→

January 29, 2018

In addition to designing our products with and for farmers, myAgro uses marketing strategies based on local customs that help reach more farmers. In Mali, every month myAgro holds a meeting with men and women around tea. This event, called… Read more→

January 22, 2018

myAgro developed a mobile application to meet the needs of low-literate vendors. The app ensures that vendors are able to quickly and easily learn to proficiently utilize the mobile platform, without the need to read or write much. The application… Read more→

January 15, 2018

The 24 year old Fatou Ndiaye (left) lives in the Toubatoul district of Senegal with her husband, her mother-in-law, and her three-year-old daughter. On top of her responsibilities as a mother and wife, she works for myAgro as a mobile… Read more→

January 8, 2018

“We had the idea to join forces and to enroll for a precision planter on behalf our group,” says the 44-year-old Adiara Diarra (pictured above, next to child), spokeswoman of her female savings group, located in the southern Sikasso region… Read more→