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Go Organic

We aspire to motivate smallholder West Africa farmers by demonstrating innovative technology, ideas, organic farming practices and fair price for farmers. Coordination and arrangement of logistics for aggregation and value addition of the member produces, Facilitating linkages between organic farmer group.

Agronomy in Organic Farming

We based Crop selection on their adaptability to particular climate, soil, season and method of cultivation. Implementation of appropriate land management strategies such as tillage, irrigation and drainage methods and soil erosion. Adoption of crop rotation and inter-cropping to retain the productivity of the soil through all cropping seasons. Adoption of management practices that give Maximising gross margins. Regular field inspection and crop protection supply.

Organic supply chains

Organic supply chains that drive fair, transparent and healthy options for the consumer. Maintenance of product quality from farm to consumer is paramount in order to achieve good prices and a sustainable business. This means that transportation and logistics of the harvested product are important components of the supply chain. Organic products have additional requirements that includes handling, transportation, storage and packing must be undertaken under certified. Therefore, once the product leaves the organic farm, transportation and handling facilities must be able to meet these requirements.

Fair Price For Farmers

Receiving a fair price for their harvest allows our farmers to invest in their families' health care and education, reinvest in quality and protect the environment. This empowerment model lifts farming families from poverty through trade, not aid, creating a more equitable and sustainable model of international trade that benefits producers, consumers and the earth. We ensure fair pricing of organic products for both, the farmers and the consumers fair price strategy is based on the following key tenets: Prices should be equally favourable for the customer, farmer and trader; unlike today’s scenario that is tilted in favour of only the traders. Farmer should be compensated with a fair price by considering his input costs and efforts.

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