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As an Agrivestor, you are an individual or organization that provides funding or capital specifically for agriculture-related ventures in exchange for a return on your funds. By funding sustainable agricultural practices through Agrivest Africa, you are playing an important role in improving food security and reducing poverty in Africa.
Yes, all financiers on Agrivest Africa are considered Agrivestors, as they provide funding specifically for agriculture-related ventures through our platform.
A farmer is an individual or organization that grows crops or raises livestock for food, fuel, or other products. They may own or manage a farm, and they may work with other farmers or agricultural businesses to produce and sell their products.
An aggregator is an entity that collects and bundles agricultural products from multiple producers and then sells them to off-takers or other buyers. They can be cooperatives, private companies, or other organizations that help farmers access larger markets, negotiate better prices, and access services such as transportation and storage.
As a start-up, Agrivest Africa's main focus is on five crops: rice, maize, cowpea, groundnut, and soya beans. For the medium term, the company seeks to expand into other farm produce such as vegetables and legumes. The company's long-term goal is to actively support the farming of tree crops.
Our farms are currently located in 5 districts in the Northern Region of Ghana. They are; Zabzugu, Karaga, Tolon, Kumbungu and Mion.
The return on sponsorship can vary depending on a variety of factors, such as the type of crop, the location of the farm, and the success of the project We usually give a range of returns depending on the crop or commodity, whilst aiming at always meeting the highest return percentage.
We provide regular updates on the progress of the farms and the returns on sponsorship via email and other means of communication. Additionally, you can track your sponsorship by visiting our website and logging into your account.
he minimum sponsorship amount can vary depending on the project and the type of sponsorship. Please visit our website or contact us at info@agrivestafrica.com for more information on specific partnership opportunities and their minimum partnership amounts.
The duration of the sponsorship vary on the project and the type of partnership. Some projects may be short-term, such as a single crop season, while others may be longer-term, such as sponsorship in tree crops. Please visit our website or contact us at info@agrivestafrica.com for more information on specific partnership opportunities and their duration.
No. Withdrawal of the sponsorship before the end of the duration is not possible. Your funds are fully invested in your sponsored farm at the beginning of the project and can only materialize after harvest. We recommend that you visit our website or contact us at info@agrivestafrica.com for all required information on specific partnership opportunities before signing up
We provide regular i.e (Monthly for seasonal crops and bi-weekly for vegetables) updates on the progress of the farms and the returns on sponsorship via email and other means of communication. You can also log into your account on our website to track your sponsorship.
Yes, we insure farms that meet insurance requirements against natural disasters. However, farming involves other risks that insurance may not cover. Also, in case of eventualities, insurance premiums do not cover ROS and the refund of capital. More about insurance premiums is included in our sponsorship agreement.
Yes, Agrivest Africa is a fully registered social enterprise registered with registration number CS20*****22 at the Registrar General's Department- Ghana. We also have a license with Ghana Commodities Exchange (GCX) and we are working on obtaining another license from Ghana Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). GCX works with SEC. More on our registration is included in the farm sponsorship agreement.
Agrivest Africa engages in standard farm practices and works with district assemblies, NGOs and also our in-house professionals to provide consistent extension services throughout the season. We also take measures to ensure that our farms are protected from theft and other security threats, to ensure the safety of our projects.
Yes, Agrivest Africa has a marketplace on its website that allows businesses and individuals from around the world to buy from us. We also have plans to expand our cross-border payment mode to make it easier for people to invest in our farms and also buy from us.
Agrivest Africa accepts payments in Ghanaian Cedis, US Dollars, Euros, and Pounds for sponsorship.
Agrivest Africa accepts payments in Ghanaian Cedis, US Dollars, Euros, and Pounds for buying farm produce.
The exchange rate of the Bank of Ghana prevails at the time of payment for all transactions on Agrivest Africa. This means that the exchange rate used to calculate the equivalent amount in the local currency will be the rate that the Bank of Ghana has set on the day of the transaction. This ensures that our investors and buyers are protected from fluctuations in currency exchange rates.
You can make payments on Agrivest Africa by using Visa, Mastercard, MTN MoMo Ghana, and Vodafone money Ghana. We are also working to expand our cross-border payment options.
Withdrawals can be done through the same payment method you used to invest. The duration of each project is available on the product profile on our website. Payment is done immediately farm produce are converted to liquid cash.
In case of any unexpected event or circumstances, we will work with our agrivestors to find a solution that is fair for all parties involved. However, there are times where a refund is not possible depending on the farm progress and the impact the refund will have on the overall project.
Yes, Agrivest Africa partners with both local and international organizations in order to support the growth and development of the agricultural sector in Africa. These partnerships include working with government agencies, NGOs, other agricultural businesses, and other entities that share our goal of improving food security and reducing poverty through sustainable agricultural practices. We believe in working together to achieve a common goal of improving the agricultural sector in Africa.
You can get support from Agrivest Africa by visiting our website and contacting us at info@agrivestafrica.com. We also provide regular updates and resources to help farmers and investors succeed.



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