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Land Degradation
Extreme Climate

Adaptive seed technology

Challenge Background

Our challenge is failure to establish a sustainable farming livelihood in nomadic areas. it has several causes: 1. Lack of knowledge, skills, and resources. This includes insufficient knowledge of soil management, climate patterns, irrigation methods, or crop selection. 2. Lack of government support and infrastructure: challenges in accessing markets, credit, and other resources needed to establish a sustainable farming livelihood. For example, roads and transportation networks may be inadequate or non-existent, making it difficult for farmers to transport their crops to markets. 3. Climate change: Droughts, floods, and other extreme weather events are becoming more frequent, and this can have a devastating impact on crops and livestock. Birrama is actively seeking strategic partners to collaborate with, in order to boost agricultural productivity and stabilize the escalating prices of essential food items in the country. We are seeking partners who can bring valuable expertise, substantial resources, and innovative solutions to the table to help achieve our goals and drive positive impact for small commercial farmers.

What we are looking for

Birrama seeks to promote best practices in farming technologies and is particularly interested in adaptive seed technology. This technology can help farmers produce healthier crops and significantly improve yields.
We are actively seeking partnerships with organizations and individuals who can provide access to such technologies to support our mission of building a more sustainable and resilient agricultural sector.

Solution criteria

Affordable Adaptive technologies
fast return on investment

What we offer

Access to a large and growing market: Ethiopia is one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa
A supportive business environment: The Ethiopian government has made significant investments in its agricultural sector and has established a number of programs and initiatives to support farmers and agribusinesses.
Strong local partnerships: Birrama has established strong relationships with local farmers, agribusinesses, and government agencies, which partners can leverage to build their businesses in Ethiopia.
Opportunities for social impact: Partners can play an important role in helping to increase agricultural outputs and stabilize the price escalation on basic foods in Ethiopia, which can have a positive impact on the lives of small commercial farmers and their communities.



Digital Commerce Plc proposes to implement a project aimed at empowering youth in Afar region, Ethiopia through demand-driven sustainable agriculture. The project will target young people aged 18-35 and provide them with the necessary skills, knowledge, and resources to establish successful agricultural enterprises.



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