Project Madaraka, a business unit at Amiran Kenya has the objective to develop a new approach to providing credit to farmers to purchase productive use agricultural assets in Kenya. This report details the key lessons that the Madaraka team have learned from approximately 50 credit sales, including both small growing farmers and SME agribusinesses.

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Improvements in infrastructure, access to technology and markets are all key to increasing competitiveness of agriculture in West Africa. Sustainable energy solutions can contribute to these needs throughout the life of the crop: from irrigation to processing for final consumption. Electricity demand from agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa is expected to double between 2015 and 2030

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