Africa has the resources necessary for a massive expansion of agricultural production. With the global population expected to exceed 9 billion by 2050, food is one of the most critical objectives.
Africa's productive potential makes it a pivotal contributor to feeding the world in the future. This presents Africa with a unique opportunity to meet demand, reduce poverty and mitigate negative climate and environmental impacts.
At AAS, we believe that building functioning agricultural value chains is integral to achieving a socially and economically empowered Africa. Therefore, strengthening Agribusiness is a priority for AAS—because it is essential for food security and its development impact.
AAS is uniquely positioned to facilitate agribusiness. Here's why.
We have a behind-the-scenes perspective of what works in theory and practice to address developmental challenges. We get our hands dirty!
In addition, we have over 30 years of Pan African combined experience implementing and facilitating a vast number of developmental projects and key interventions geared towards viable agribusiness.
We also contribute to global initiatives and platforms on key agricultural interventions aimed at uplifting bottom of pyramid communities to achieve food and nutritional security.
We have worked on projects and programs in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, South Sudan, Sudan, Zambia, South Africa, Rwanda, Germany, Netherlands and the United States of America.
Our approach in agribusiness is comprehensive and comprises the entire value chain.
Our working model brings together various key players to create sustainable and impactful businesses collectively. We work with governments, corporations, foundations, and other multilateral organizations and development institutions to foster innovative partnerships.
Our service is tailored to meet clients' needs in the agricultural sector, including agro- industrialisation and Turnkey solutions, financial services, and project management.
We leverage our industry knowledge to tackle the biggest socio and economic challenges, including unemployment, climate change, gender inclusion, and food and water security. To improve the holistic economic, social and cultural conditions of low-income rural communities, we believe that focus needs to be on the delivery of improvements to livelihoods, education, wellness and climate resilience capacity.
We also contribute to global initiatives and platforms on key agricultural interventions aimed at uplifting third world & bottom pyramid communities to achieve food and nutritional security.
We also support financial institutions that serve farmers and agri-enterprises.