Ending food scarcity, one sponsor at a time
The pickup points are called Kilimo Smart Centres.
The January series of Nest’s “What’s Next” series focuses on the interaction between agriculture and technology, with the panel consisting of entrepreneurs and innovators in the agriculture sector.
On November 20, 2015, thirteen innovators who are using clean energy to help farmers, will receive about $13 million in funding as they join the Powering Agriculture: An Energy Grand Challenge for Development (PAEGC) initiative.
Technological development has changed the way we work, play and interact. It has made things infinitely easier to achieve, and tasks that much faster to complete. Is this necessarily a good thing?