Kenyan Organics Grower Helps Poor Farmers Turn Waste into Gold

Safi Organics, a small enterprise located 100 km (60 milles) northeast of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, produces carbon-neutral fertilisers using a waste product from rice processing. With a scaling-up grant from the United States African Development Foundation, Safi is assisting local farmers mutiply yields and earnings.

Safi Organics Turns Farm Waste into Black Gold and Poor Farmers into Entrepreneurs

PHOTO ESSAYS: Safi Organics Turns Farm Waste into Black Gold and Poor Farmers into Entrepreneurs

Safi Organics is a social enterprise launched in 2015 with the goal of empowering smallholder farmers in Kenya's rural areas and transform their crop waste. The company employs a number of local ...

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Mr and Mrs Solomon Gate(customers of Safi Organics in a rice field applying the fertilizer

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